The president of Microsoft, Brad Smith, provided a warning of increasing cyber-threats to society as technology plays a more powerful role in our lives. This warning delivered during his recent talk at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2021. Smith delineated the potential enormous benefits and advancements that technologies offer, including in areas like; sustainability, the cyber-threats being faced are correspondingly becoming increasingly concerning. “As computers create all this promise,
Despite attempted to stop the criminal hacking group responsible for managing the Trickbot trojan, they continue malicious activities by introducing new versions that make this malware more difficult terminate. Trickbot now can offer other malware with Access-as-a Service capabilities (AaaS). Many cyber threat attacks start with a successful phishing campaign. This allows for the Trickbot malware trojan to be used as a pathway for ransomware infections and Denial-of-Service Attacks (DDoS atta
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Link to full report: IR-20-325-001-Tactical Cyber Brief325_FINAL.
US Cyber Command, Microsoft, and Europol are attacking Trickbot's malicious infrastructure, ahead of the elections. It won't stop hackers from adapting but is expected to create breathing space during the elections. Check out these slides if you missed the webinar on October 21, 2020 to find out more:
Microsoft collaborated with cybersecurity companies and government agencies to take down the million-device Trickbot botnet to help protect the November 3rd US Presidential election and stop the global spread of ransomware and other malware. The botnet has been used to distribute a variety of malicious code, including the Ryuk ransomware variant, which the US government has cited as a potential threat vector against the election.
Microsoft obtained a court order from the US District Court, East
Hackers are using a phishing campaign to deploy KONNI malware, a remote access trojan (RAT), via Microsoft Word documents containing malicious Visual Basic Application (VBA) macro code, according to a recent Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure alert (CISA).
First observed in 2014, the malware was linked to several campaigns tied to North Korea. There are also significant links in code with the NOKKI malware family and researchers possess some evidence that link
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