Vyveva: Lazarus hacking group’s latest weapon strikes South African freight

Researchers have discovered a new backdoor employed by the Lazarus hacking group in targeted attacks against the freight industry. On Thursday, ESET said the new backdoor malware, dubbed Vyveva, was traced in an attack against a South African freight and Read More …

More than 200 systems infected by new Chinese APT ‘FunnyDream’

A new Chinese state-sponsored hacking group (also known as an APT) has infected more than 200 systems across Southeast Asia with malware over the past two years. The malware infections are part of a widespread cyber-espionage campaign carried out by Read More …

South African Power Firm Eskom Fails To Secure Customer Data

A security researcher resorted to a public tweet about a serious data breach involving customer data, after a South African electricity provider ignored all other pleas to resolve the leak. Security researcher Devin Stokes issued the public tweet to Eskom, which Read More …

APT10 Under Close Scrutiny as Potentially Linked to Chinese Ministry of State Security

n advanced threat actor has been associated with China’s Ministry of State Security via two individuals and a Chinese firm. Researchers claim that APT10, a likely China-based threat actor, is believed directly connected to the Chinese Ministry of State Security’s Read More …

Data breach hits 30m South Africans

The personal information of about 30 million South Africans has been compromised. This was revealed by Australian-based IT security researcher Troy Hunt. He created the Have I been pwned? platform as a free resource for anyone to quickly assess if they may have been put at risk due Read More …