A cyber-attack on a Microsoft Exchange server has alarmed Malwarebytes Labs around mid-July of 2021, wherein the attacker has taken advantage of this entry point to access the Domain Controller and trigger a ransomware deployment to the server. This particular ransomware – called AvosLocker – is a variant that the Malwarebytes Labs have newly discovered, thus describing it as a...Continue Reading
The good old days of Clubhouse App may have seen their days coming because, in the past, the social media app boasts their exclusivity where they believe that level of pickiness will help them totally avoid a data breach. A proficient security researcher like us knows that exclusivity and narrowing down users have a negligible...Continue Reading
A massive ongoing cyberattack campaign that already targeted hundreds of victims in Southeast Asia was discovered by a cybersecurity firm. The discovered campaign is being operated by an APT hacking group known as LuminousMoth, possibly affiliated with the Chinese government. According to the cybersecurity researchers, recent activities were conducted against selected targets in the Philippines....Continue Reading
Microsoft has recently released a total of 117 patches to fix 108 newly discovered security vulnerabilities and 9 Zero-day. Four are known to be actively exploited in the wild by adversaries, potentially enabling them to take control of the targeted Windows system. The patch update aims to fix several Microsoft products, including Windows, Exchange Server, Bing, Office,...Continue Reading
Over the weekend, REvil (aka Sodinokibi) Ransomware has infected an American Software company Kaseya, on Friday, July 2 at 2:00 PM EDT. Kaseya Limited is a software development company for managing networks and information technology infrastructure. This attack has hit thousands of companies worldwide, including a grocery store chain, schools, and a national railway system. The...Continue Reading
Last Tuesday, Microsoft released its monthly security updates, known as Patch Tuesday in the IT industry. The security patch release aims to fix 50 vulnerabilities, including six critical Windows zero-day flaws actively being exploited in the wild. This batch is the most active zero-day flaw patch that addresses bugs actively exploited in a single release...Continue Reading
A recent cybersecurity report has been published that exposes hundred of fake banking, financial and cryptocurrency applications. One of the fake mobile trading apps that the fraudsters use masquerades as a famous trading company based in Asia. The apps aim to exploit the current rise of cryptocurrency value and low-cost or free stock trading driven...Continue Reading
Naikon APT, a threat actor with suspected links to the Chinese government, has been behind a wide range of cyberespionage campaigns that mainly target’s military organizations in Southeast Asia for nearly the past two years based on new security research. The attacks were attributed to the Naikon hacking group by a security research firm. They...Continue Reading
Tokyo, Japan – a new set of cyberattacks were discovered that targeted Japan, mainly the aerospace companies and industry, showed an intent to abuse software vulnerabilities before they get patched. The Chinese military is apparently involved in this attack, according to cybersecurity experts and authorities. On Tuesday, Tokyo Police had referred an IT systems engineer...Continue Reading
A new attack campaign is being promoted by cybercriminals that impersonates the pages of Microsoft Store and Spotify. The attackers aim to distribute malware that steals credit card info and login credentials saved on web browsers locally. The campaign starts by using website ads that appear legit and will lead to a page where the...Continue Reading
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