Russian state hackers rarely share code with one another

Russia’s state-sponsored hacking groups rarely share code with one another, and when they do, it’s usually within groups managed by the same intelligence service, a new joint report published today reveals. This report, co-authored by Check Point and Intezer Labs, Read More …

APT29 Re-Emerges After 2 Years with Widespread Espionage Campaign

The group is best-known for hacking the DNC ahead of the 2016 presidential election. A phishing campaign bent on espionage, believed to be launched by the nation-state threat group known as APT29, is targeting high-value targets across the think-tank, law Read More …