- Red Sky Alliance identified 19,903 connections from new unique IP addresses
- Top observed Attacker Server (C2): Alexey[.]email@example.com & taleq[.]firstname.lastname@example.org
- Analysts identified 2,670 new IP addresses participating in various Botnets
- DLL Side-Loading Technique
- China keeps pulling Triggers
- Russia Cyber-Attacks
- Saudi Aramco Hit with Ransomware
- Cell Phones and Spying
- Norway blaming China for March cyber-attack
- What will b
The National Security Agency, the FBI and other agencies are tracking an ongoing Russian cyberespionage campaign in which attackers are using brute-force methods to access Microsoft Office 365 and other cloud-based services, according to an alert published Thursday. The campaign, which started in 2019, has targeted "hundreds" of businesses, government agencies and organizations worldwide, mainly in the U.S. and Europe, the NSA reports. The victims include several U.S. Department of Defense unit
Recently a trusted cyber professional of Red Sky Alliance, with close to 40 years in the business said, “As cyber technology grew in the last thirty plus years, our international community sacrificed security for convenience.” So true.
Now we ask: if a Russian cyber-criminal group or the North Korean military hacks your company, places ransomware on your network because of corporate carelessness and then demands millions to unlock your valuable data - at that point - does it really matte
The FBI and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency are warning of continued cyber threats stemming from Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service, or SVR, which the Biden administration accused of carrying out the SolarWinds supply chain attack.
In a joint alert issued 26 April 2021, the agencies warn that despite economic and other sanctions against Russia announced by the White House on 15 April 2021, attackers associated with the SVR likely will continue to target government network
China, Russia, North Korea, and Iran continue to pose significant cybersecurity threats to the US, because each is capable of launching disruptive attacks, according to a report published 13 April 2021 by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
Threats include disinformation campaigns that target elections and try to undermine democratic institutions as well as aggressive hacking campaigns, such as the SolarWinds supply chain attack, according to the report. In many cases, criminal
The new cooperation agreement between Russia and Iran on cybersecurity and information technology is likely to create new hurdles for the United States and its allies in the Middle East. In January 2021, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and his Iranian counterpart Javad Zarif signed a cooperation agreement on cybersecurity and information and communications technology (ICT).
The agreement includes cybersecurity cooperation, technology transfer, combined training, and coordination at multil
A Russian-speaking "Scam-as-a-Service" (SaaS) operation called, "Classiscam" is expanding globally, with 40 interconnected gangs in about a dozen countries using fake product advertisements to launch phishing schemes, the security firm Group-IB reports. This “SaaS” is adding to the long list of hacker services for anyone to buy with some spare Bitcoin.
The fraud actors are posting fake online classified advertisements for products to trick interested buyers into visiting phishing pages, where t
This Alert uses the MITRE Adversarial Tactics, Techniques, and Common Knowledge (ATT&CK®) version 8 framework. See the ATT&CK for Enterprise version 8 for all referenced threat actor tactics and techniques.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is aware of compromises of U.S. government agencies, critical infrastructure entities, and private sector organizations by an advanced persistent threat (APT) actor beginning in at least March 2020. This APT actor has demonstrated
Almost five years ago, the Russian hackers known as Sandworm hit western Ukraine with the first-ever cyberattack to cause a blackout. A never-before-seen act of cyber warfare that turned out the lights for over 250,000 Ukrainians. Since then, Sandworm has perpetrated countless destructive attacks; another blackout on the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, the release of the NotPetya worm in 2017 that spread globally and eventually caused $10 billion in damage, and an attack that temporarily crippled t
Our friends from the US Department of Homeland Security have provided an open source Threat Assessment for October 2020 - which is Cyber Security Awareness Month. The following is the Cyber Threat Assessment Section.
Cyber threats to the Homeland from both nation-states and non-state actors will remain acute. U.S. critical infrastructure faces advanced threats of disruptive or destructive cyber-attacks. Federal, state, local, tribal and territorial governments, as well as the private sector, w
Researchers have said that OldGremlin’s first activities began between late March and early April 2020. The group took advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic in early lures (a common theme for ransomware strains during this time period, sending financial institutions purported recommendations on how to organize a safe working environment
Artem Lifshits is allegedly a part of Project Lakhta/IRA: the ongoing disinformation campaign targeting the upcoming US election. Lifshits is facing US criminal charges to commit wire fraud as he was accessing cryptocurrency exchange accounts created using stolen US persons’ personal data.
Artem Lifshits Profile
Name: Artem Mikhaylovich Lifshits, Artem Lifshits, Artyom Lifshits.
Name in Russian: Лифшиц Артем Михайлович, Артем Михайлович Лифшиц, Артем Ли
By 12 November 2019, hacker Alexei Burkov was extradited from Israel to the US to face major credit card fraud charges. Originally arrested in 2015 for his role in Cardplanet, his extradition was delayed several times as the Russian government was fighting against his extradition to the US. Israel subsequently received a competing extradition request from Russia. Then, Russia arrested and sentenced to prison an Israeli/US citizen and offered Israel to exchange her for Burkov. This case show
On 1 May 2019, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed “Internet sovereignty” bill. New requirements to use ISPs to track traffic origin will likely force traffic decryption and support of internal censorship efforts. In the future, Russia will develop its own DNS system to conduct special Internet controls. Currently, LinkedIn is banned in Russia. Russian national payment system, Mir, was developed after several Russian banks were denied services by US-based Visa and MasterCard. Future st
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