Android malware, Android malware and more Android malware

Among the mobile platforms, Android remains the most popular target operating system for cybercriminals. Last month, Kaspersky wrote a total of four private crimeware reports on Android malware, three of which are summarized below. Tambir Tambir is an Android backdoor Read More …

Threat landscape for industrial automation systems. H2 2023

In the second half of 2023, the percentage of ICS computers on which malicious objects were blocked decreased by 2.1 pp to 31.9%. In H2 2023, building automation once again had the highest percentage of ICS computers on which malicious Read More …

Mysterious Werewolf hits defense industry with new RingSpy backdoor

The criminal group gains initial access through phishing emails with a compressed executable that unleashes RingSpy, an original remote access backdoor The BI.ZONE Threat Intelligence team has detected a new campaign by Mysterious Werewolf, a cluster that has been active Read More …

BiBi attacks Israel: Pro-Hamas hackers use new malware to attack Israeli companies

A wave of new cyberattacks from pro-Hamas hackers using the BiBi malware has been identified in Israel in recent days. This involves four new variants of malware that are able to evade antivirus engines, according to the VirusTotal platform. The Read More …

Malicious meeting invite fix targets Mac users

Cybercriminals are targeting Mac users interested in cryptocurrency opportunities with fake calendar invites. During the attacks the criminals will send a link supposedly to add a meeting to the target’s calendar. In reality the link runs a script to install Mac Read More …

Data From Chinese Security Services Company i-Soon Linked to Previous Chinese APT Campaigns

On Feb. 16, 2024, someone uploaded data to GitHub that included possible internal company communications, sales-related materials and product manuals belonging to the Chinese IT security services company i-Soon, also known as Anxun Information Technology. The leaked materials appear to Read More …

China’s top anti-espionage authority warns of secret leaks through smart wearable devices

China’s top anti-espionage authority warned on Friday that various smart wearable devices may become “cyber spies” used by foreign intelligence agencies to carry out espionage activities, posing a threat to national security. The Ministry of State Security (MSS) said on Read More …

Europol: Tips & advice to prevent ransomware from infecting your electronic devices

Ransomware is a type of malware that locks your computer and mobile devices or encrypts your electronic files, demanding a ransom payment through certain online payment methods (and by an established deadline) in order to regain control of your data. Read More …