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Backdoor

Saitama Backdoor: Jordan's Foreign Ministry Targeted by Spear Phishing

FortiGuard Labs attributed the campaign to an Iranian cyber espionage threat actor tracked under the moniker APT34, citing resemblances

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  13-May-2022
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Rebrand

Black Basta

Ransomware

Black Basta: a new ransomware group or rebranded ransomware operation

Black Basta, a newly emerged name around the ransomware families, is getting popular across the masses, indicating an attempt to rebrand the previously dissolved ransomware family...

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  03-May-2022
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Vulnerability

Linux

Root

Nimbuspwn: Linux Endpoint Vulnerabilities allowing Root Privilege Escalation

Microsoft Researchers located previously undiscovered vulnerabilities in Linux systems tracked as Nimbuspwn, if chained together, may provide elevated root access...

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  28-Apr-2022
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Trojan

Infostealer

MetaStealer malware: An improved version of RedLine actively distributed via mal...

MetaStealer, a newly emerged infostealer malware actively circulated via a malspam campaign to steal user credentials & cryptocurrency wallet details…

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  25-Apr-2022
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RaaS

Suncrypt RaaS regained prominence

SunCrypt has failed to grow more significant than a small private RaaS of a closed circle of affiliates.

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  05-Apr-2022
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Credentials Stealer

Banking Trojan

Escobar Malware: An emerging threat to stealing credentials from your Phone

Aberebot, Android banking trojan resurrected with a new name as Escobar Trojan with updated features while offering a homage to Colombian Drug Lord...

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  25-Mar-2022
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Sharkbot

Banking Trojan SharkBot Discovered in anti-virus app on google play

SharkBot an android Trojan was first spotted in October 2021 on google play, it has successfully evaded Google security checks. Security Researcher at NCC and Cleafy found it and marked it one of a kind...

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  11-Mar-2022
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Google Play Store

RAT

QR Code

TeaBot: revamped banking trojan resurrected to steal SMS & other credentials of ...

TeaBot resurrected with evolved malware distribution tactics active across Google Play Store, primarily circulating through OR Code Apps…

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  05-Mar-2022
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Trojan

Information Stealer

Snake Malware, an infamous information stealer active through phishing attempts

Threat researchers observed a recent spike in infections of Snake information-stealing malware that is now being sold as low as $25 on hacking forums...

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  14-Jan-2022
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Apache

Log4j

Java

Log4Shell Comprehensive Threat Research On New Zero-Day Vulnerability Jeopardize...

Apache releases a patch for the recently discovered zero-day vulnerability Log4Shell that results in remote code execution by logging in a certain string...

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  08-Jan-2022
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