BlackBerry ties malware campaign targeting victims in India to Chinese cyberespionage group

The BlackBerry Research & Intelligence team released a new report on Tuesday linking disparate malware campaigns to Chinese cyberespionage group APT41, noting that the group has been taking advantage of Cobalt Strike activity using a bespoke Malleable C2 Profile that Read More …

APT41 Resurfaces as Earth Baku With New Cyberespionage Campaign

Trend Micro researchers have uncovered a cyberespionage campaign being perpetrated by Earth Baku, an advanced persistent threat (APT) group with a known history of carrying out cyberattacks under the alias APT41. This is not the group’s first foray into cyberespionage, Read More …

APT10: sophisticated multi-layered loader Ecipekac discovered in A41APT campaign

In 2019, we observed an APT campaign targeting multiple industries, including the Japanese manufacturing industry and its overseas operations, that was designed to steal information. We named the campaign A41APT (not APT41) which is derived from the host name “DESKTOP-A41UVJV” Read More …

APT41: Indictments Put Chinese Espionage Group in the Spotlight

The U.S. government has charged seven men in relation to hundreds of cyber attacks against organizations in the U.S. and multiple other countries in Asia and Europe. Two of the men, who were based in Malaysia, were arrested and their Read More …

APT41 Operatives Indicted as Sophisticated Hacking Activity Continues

Five alleged members of the APT41 threat group have been indicted by a federal grand jury, in two separate actions that were unsealed this week. Meanwhile, the Department of Treasury also imposed sanctions on individuals and organizations associated with Iran-linked Read More …

APT41 Using New Speculoos Backdoor to Target Organizations Globally

On March 25, 2020, FireEye published a research blog regarding a global attack campaign operated by an espionage motivated adversary group known as APT41. This attack campaign was thought to have operated between January 20 and March 11, specifically targeting Citrix, Cisco, Read More …

Hacking isn’t canceled: Chinese group attacked Citrix and Zoho during coronavirus lockdown

A prolific state-backed Chinese cyber espionage operation started 2020 with one of its largest hacking campaigns – even though the coronavirus lockdown in China appeared to have an impact on the group’s output. The global operation by hacking group APT 41 – Read More …