Threat Intelligence

20 11, 2017

Terdot Resurrects Zeus Banking Trojan, Bigger and Badder Than Before

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Terdot builds on Zeus’ source code to do more than steal banking credentials, including eavesdrop on social media and email activity
25 10, 2017

Bad Rabbit Relies on Social Engineering, Not Exploits

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Unlike WannaCry and Petya/NotPetya before it, the Bad Rabbit ransomware requires user interaction to download and install the payload
17 10, 2017

Adobe Flash Exploit Delivering FINSPY to UN Member Countries

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The BlackOasis threat actor is exploiting an Adobe Flash vulnerability to deliver the FINSPY spyware
15 05, 2017

Does WannaCry Mark a New Era of Global, Distributed Cybercrime?

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In 2017, the Skybox Security Research Lab predicted a new business model, distributed cybercrime, which it predicted would result in a global malware outbreak. WannaCry was an example of such an outbreak.