A dozen US web servers are spreading 10 malware families, Necurs link suspected

Researchers have uncovered over a dozen servers, unusually registered in the United States, which are hosting ten different malware families spread through phishing campaigns potentially tied to the Necurs botnet. On Thursday, researchers from Bromium said they have monitored scams Read More …

URSNIF, EMOTET, DRIDEX and BitPaymer Gangs Linked by a Similar Loader

As ransomware and banking trojans captured the interest – and profits – of the world with their destructive routines, cybersecurity practitioners have repeatedly published online and offline how cybercriminals have compartmentalized their schemes through exchange of information and banded professional organizations. As a more concrete proof of the way Read More …

EternalBlue Exploit Used in Retefe Banking Trojan Campaign

Criminals behind the Retefe banking Trojan have added a new component to their malware that uses the NSA exploit EternalBlue. The update makes Retefe the latest malware family to adopt the SMBv1 attack against a patched Windows vulnerability, and could signal Read More …

Dridex Campaigns Hitting Millions of Recipients Using Unpatched Microsoft Zero-Day

This weekend saw multiple reports of a new zero-day vulnerability that affected all versions of Microsoft Word. Today, Proofpoint researchers observed the document exploit being used in a large email campaign distributing the Dridex banking Trojan. This campaign was sent Read More …