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Hamas-linked Hackers Targeting High-Ranking Israelis Using 'Catfish' Lures

A threat actor with affiliations to the cyber warfare division of Hamas has been linked to an "elaborate campaign" targeting high-profile Israeli individuals employed in sensitive defense, law enforcement, and emergency services organizations. "The campaign operators use sophisticated social ...

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Into the Breach: Breaking Down 3 SaaS App Cyber Attacks in 2022

During the last week of March, three major tech companies - Microsoft, Okta, and HubSpot - reported significant data breaches. DEV-0537, also known as LAPSUS$, performed the first two. This highly sophisticated group utilizes state-of-the-art attack vectors to great success. Meanwhile, the group ...

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SharkBot Banking Trojan Resurfaces On Google Play Store Hidden Behind 7 New Apps

As many as seven malicious Android apps discovered on the Google Play Store masqueraded as antivirus solutions to deploy a banking trojan called SharkBot. "SharkBot steals credentials and banking information," Check Point researchers Alex Shamshur and Raman Ladutska said in a report shared with ...

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Researchers Uncover How Colibri Malware Stays Persistent on Hacked Systems

Cybersecurity researchers have detailed a "simple but efficient" persistence mechanism adopted by a relatively nascent malware loader called Colibri, which has been observed deploying a Windows information stealer known as Vidar as part of a new campaign. "The attack starts with a malicious Word ...

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FBI Shut Down Russia-linked "Cyclops Blink" Botnet That Infected Thousands of Devices

The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) announced that it neutralized Cyclops Blink, a modular botnet controlled by a threat actor known as Sandworm, which has been attributed to the Main Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (GRU). "The operation ...

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