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8989703898?profile=RESIZE_400xA new information stealer is going after cryptocurrency wallets and credentials for applications including NordVPN, Telegram, Discord, and Steam.   Panda Stealer malware uses spam emails and the same hard-to-detect fileless distribution method deployed by a recent Phobos ransomware campaign discovered by investigators.

The attack campaign appears to be primarily targeting users in Australia, Germany, Japan, and the United States.  Panda Stealer was discovered by Trend Micro at the beginning of A

8959863057?profile=RESIZE_400xA coalition of government agencies and security firms has released a framework for how to disrupt ransomware attacks that calls for expanded regulation of the global cryptocurrency market to better track the virtual coins paid to cybercriminals during extortion schemes.

On 29 April 2021, the Institute for Security and Technology's Ransomware Task Force published the framework, which features 48 proposals. It calls for a coordinated, international diplomatic and law enforcement effort to combat t

8324519665?profile=RESIZE_400xActivity Summary - Week Ending 23 December 2020:

  • Red Sky Alliance identified 38,232 connections from new unique IP addresses
  • Analysts observed 32 unique email accounts compromised with Keyloggers
  • 1,979 new IP addresses we seen participating in various Botnets
  • JavaScript RAT
  • Hacker Tactics
  • BitGrail
  • com
  • MetaMax
  • E-commerce up 600%
  • Protesters using Bitcoin more and more
  • City of Detroit suing #BLM

Link to full report: IR-20-358-001_eCommerces_358FINAL.pdf

3794386206?profile=RESIZE_710xFBI Flash Bulletin / TLP GREEN

Unknown cyber actors have targeted multiple US and international businesses with Maze ransomware since early 2019.  Maze encrypts files on an infected computer’s file system and associated network file shares.  Once the victim has been compromised, but prior to the encryption event, the actors exfiltrate data.  After the encryption event, the actors demand a victimspecific ransom amount paid in Bitcoin (BTC) in order to obtain the decryption key.  An international

Below is the Executive Summary regarding the recent email bomb threats sent internationally.  Our good friends from Global Guardian shared their threat assessment for situational awareness.

Summary - On 13 December 2018, hundreds of businesses, law enforcement agencies and public services across the United States and Canada received email threats demanding a bitcoin payment of $20,000 in the early afternoon, prompting evacuations, building sweeps and overloading police call centers. What’s more,