Astaroth Spy Trojan Uses Facebook, YouTube Profiles to Cover Tracks

Facebook and YouTube profiles are at the heart of an ongoing phishing campaign spreading the Astaroth trojan, bent on the eventual exfiltration of sensitive information. The attack is sophisticated in that it uses normally trusted sources as cover for malicious Read More …

Hackers Use Fake NordVPN Website to Deliver Banking Trojan

The attackers who previously breached and abused the website of free multimedia editor VSDC to distribute the Win32.Bolik.2 banking Trojan have now switched their tactics. While previously they hacked legitimate websites to hijack download links infected with malware, the hackers are Read More …

Source code of Carbanak trojan found on VirusTotal

The source code of one of the world’s most dangerous malware strains has been uploaded and left available on VirusTotal for two years, and almost nobody has noticed. It was discovered by security researchers from US cyber-security firm FireEye, analyzed Read More …

FINTEAM: Trojanized TeamViewer Against Government Targets

Recently, Check Point researchers spotted a targeted attack against officials within government finance authorities and representatives in several embassies in Europe. The attack, which starts with a malicious attachment disguised as a top secret US document, weaponizes TeamViewer, the popular Read More …

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 …

Threat Landscape for Industrial Automation Systems in H2 2018

All statistical data used in this report was collected using the Kaspersky Security Network (KSN), a distributed antivirus network. The data was received from those KSN users who gave their consent to have data anonymously transferred from their computers. We do not Read More …