Pandora Ransomware Hits Giant Automotive Supplier DensoDenso confirmed that cybercriminals leaked stolen, classified information from the Japan-based car-components manufacturer after an attack on one of its offices in Germany.
CaddyWiper: More destructive wiper malware strikes UkraineThe wiper avoids domain controllers to stay under the radar.
CaddyWiper: New wiper malware discovered in Ukraine
This is the third time in as many weeks that ESET researchers have spotted previously unknown data wiping malware taking aim at Ukrainian organizations
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Staff Think Conti Group Is a Legit Employer – PodcastThe ransomware group’s benefits – bonuses, employee of the month, performance reviews & top-notch training – might be better than yours, says BreachQuest’s Marco Figueroa.
Request for Comments: Web Software Module for the PCI Secure Software Standard
From 14 March to 12 April 2022, eligible stakeholders are invited to review and provide feedback on the Web Software Module for the PCI Secure Software Standard during a 30-day request for comments (RFC) period.
Cybercrooks’ Political In-Fighting Threatens the WestThey’re choosing sides in the Russia-Ukraine war, beckoning previously shunned ransomware groups and thereby reinvigorating those groups' once-diminished power.
Automotive giant Denso confirms hack, Pandora ransomware group takes creditDenso supplies Toyota, General Motors, and Honda, to name but a few.
Ukraine reportedly adopts Clearview AI to track Russian invadersThe facial recognition technology has not been made available to Russia.
Ubisoft reveals 'security incident' forcing company-wide password refreshThe gaming giant remains tight-lipped on the particulars of the assumed hack.
A first look at threat intelligence and threat hunting tools
An overview of some of the most popular open-source tools for threat intelligence and threat hunting
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Russia Issues Its Own TLS CertsThe country’s citizens are being blocked from the internet because foreign certificate authorities can't accept payments due to Ukraine-related sanctions, so it created its own CA.
Week in security with Tony Anscombe
Gray zone conflicts in cyberspace – Can you identify fake news? – Top cybersecurity threats for the healthcare sector
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Report: Recent 10x Increase in Cyberattacks on UkraineAs their cities suffered more intense bombardment by Russian military forces this week, Ukrainian Internet users came under renewed cyberattacks, with one Internet company providing service there saying they blocked ten times the normal number of phishing and malware attacks targeting Ukrainians.
ESET Research webinar: How APT groups have turned Ukraine into a cyber‑battlefield
Ukraine has been under cyber-fire for years now – here’s what you should know about various disruptive cyberattacks that have hit the country since 2014
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Raccoon Stealer Crawls Into TelegramThe credential-stealing trash panda is using the chat app to store and update C2 addresses as crooks find creative new ways to distribute the malware.
Malware Posing as Russia DDoS Tool Bites Pro-Ukraine HackersBe careful when downloading a tool to cyber-target Russia: It could be an infostealer wolf dressed in sheep's clothing that grabs your cryptocurrency info instead.
True or false? How to spot – and stop – fake news
How can you tell fact from fiction and avoid falling for and spreading falsehoods about the war in Ukraine?
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