This week, we look at the Colonial Pipeline cyber attack attributed to Darkside ransomware and patches for Microsoft and Adobe incl. a 0-day vulnerability in Adobe Reader.
In this week’s Weekly, read about the latest Lazarus campaign spoofing Rheinmetall, recent ransomware activity, and how deep fakes are used for fraud.
Lazarus strikes with a fake job social-engineering attack on a pharmaceutical company, and various industries worldwide suffer from the semiconductor supply shortage.
This week covers FireEyes research on exploitation of 0-day vulnerabilities in SonicWall and Pulse Secure and the impact of the US sanction against Russia in response to the SolarWinds attack.
This Weekly covers Microsoft’s April Patch Tuesday, incl. patches for 108 vulnerabilities and the allegedly Israelian cyberattack that destroyed Iran’s nuclear facility’s electrical distribution grid.
This week read about the latest activities from Golden Chickens & FIN6 and rising tensions between Ukraine & Russia.
New multi-layer loader malware Ecipekac, A41APT espionage campaign, and Chinese TA APT10. Also, risks in interconnected economies.
Newly discovered threat actor group Silverfish reportedly connected to SolarWinds breach. COVID-19 vaccine & its security implications.
In today’s Weekly, we cover RedXOR, a new Linux backdoor malware discovered by Intezer which is likely operated by Chinese state-sponsored threat actor group Winnti. Besides, we look at increasing US efforts towards strengthening partnerships in the Indo-Pacific and why the region’s importance increases.
This week we highlight Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday including actively exploited flaws in Exchange Server and Internet Explorer. Additionally, we update and provide thorough analysis into the 10+ threat actors exploiting Exchange Server, their attack vector, and expansive victimology. We have also looked into the unveiled draft of China’s new Five-Year Plan which sets economic development goals.