Noberus Ransomware: Darkside and BlackMatter Successor Continues to Evolve its Tactics

Attackers deploying the Noberus (aka BlackCat, ALPHV) ransomware have been using new tactics, tools, and procedures (TTPs) in recent months, making the threat more dangerous than ever. Among some of the more notable developments has been the use of a Read More …

Fingers point to Lazarus, Cobalt, FIN7 as key hacking groups attacking finance industry

The Lazarus, Cobalt, and FIN7 hacking groups have been labeled as the most prevalent threat actors striking financial organizations today. According to “Follow the Money,” a new report published on the financial sector by Outpost24’s Blueliv on Thursday, members of Read More …

FIN7 Lures Unwitting Security Pros to Carry Out Ransomware Attacks

The financially motivated cybercrime gang behind the Carbanak backdoor malware, FIN7, has hit upon a genius idea for maximizing profit from ransomware: Hire real pen-testers to do some of their dirty work instead of striking partnerships with other criminals. According Read More …

FIN7’s Liquor Lure Compromises Law Firm with Backdoor

Financial cybercrime gang FIN7 has rebounded after the jailing of some key members, launching a campaign that uses as a lure a legal complaint involving the liquor company that owns Jack Daniels whiskey. The gambit successfully compromised at least one Read More …

FIN7 Hackers’ BIOLOAD Malware Drops Fresher Carbanak Backdoor

Malware researchers have uncovered a new tool used by the financially-motivated cybercriminal group known as FIN7 to load fresher builds of the Carbanak backdoor. Dubbed BIOLOAD, the malware loader has a low detection rate and shares similarities with BOOSTWRITE, another Read More …