Threat Intelligence

28 05, 2018

VPNFilter Malware: What we know so far on the router threat

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A new destructive VPNFilter malware has compromised 500,000 networking devices worldwide
10 05, 2018

Double Kill Exploit Jumps From MS Office to Internet Explorer

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The Double Kill exploit of a VBScript Engine vulnerability uses a first-of-its-kind attack method we’ll likely see more of in the future
26 04, 2018

Drupalgeddon2 Attack Puts Sites at Risk Worldwide

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Several malware families including Monero cryptominer and the Muhstik botnet are using the Drupalgeddon2 vulnerability
12 04, 2018

Hackers Disrupt Critical Infrastructure Network Using Cisco Smart Install Flaw

By | April 12th, 2018|Threat Intelligence, Vulnerability & Threat Management|Comments Off on Hackers Disrupt Critical Infrastructure Network Using Cisco Smart Install Flaw on Hackers Disrupt Critical Infrastructure Network Using Cisco Smart Install Flaw

Bot uses Shodan to detect vulnerable devices, 200,000 affected worldwide by Cisco Smart Install Client vulnerability
29 03, 2018

The Cryptomining Malware Family

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Cryptomining malware comes in many shapes and sizes, from browser-based software to cryptocurrency wallet stealers and dedicated applications
28 03, 2018

Cryptominers More Lucrative, Lower Risk Than Ransomware

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What is cryptomining? What makes it malicious? And why is it becoming the darling of cybercriminals?
20 02, 2018

Triton Malware Can Remotely Target Critical Infrastructure

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The highly sophisticated OT malware represents the next evolution of threats to industrial control systems
14 02, 2018

Top Malware in 2018: What to watch for

By | February 14th, 2018|Threat Intelligence|Comments Off on Top Malware in 2018: What to watch for on Top Malware in 2018: What to watch for

Skybox's new Vulnerability and Threat Trends Report lays out the top malware and points to the trend of hybrid, changeling malware
6 02, 2018

North Korea Uses Adobe Flash Zero-Day to Target South

By | February 6th, 2018|Threat Intelligence|Comments Off on North Korea Uses Adobe Flash Zero-Day to Target South on North Korea Uses Adobe Flash Zero-Day to Target South

The Flash Zero-Day has been exploited in the wild since November 2017 targeting South Korea. Patch now available.
3 01, 2018

Intel Vulnerability at Processor Chip Level Will Affect Performance

By | January 3rd, 2018|Threat Intelligence|Comments Off on Intel Vulnerability at Processor Chip Level Will Affect Performance on Intel Vulnerability at Processor Chip Level Will Affect Performance

The Intel vulnerability requires an OS–level patch to Linux, Windows and macOS, slowing down machines by up to 30 percent