Hackers using Facebook and YouTube Profiles to Host Astaroth Malware C2 Server

Hackers using Facebook and YouTube Profiles to Host Astaroth Malware C2 Server

Cybercriminals abusing Facebook and YouTube profiles to host the Astaroth malware that launches through sophisticated phishing campaign to target mainly Brazilian citizens.
Captcha

Hackers Hiding Malware behind Captcha to Bypass Secure Email Gateways

Hackers using Captcha to hide the presence of malware and to evade email security gateways. By using this technique attackers show that...
Threat Profiles

SOC Second Defense Phase – Understanding the Cyber Threat Profiles

In the first phase of architecturing the SOC, we have seen the basic level understanding of the attacks and necessary steps to...
textbooks and essays

Hackers Distribute Malware Disguised as Pirated Online Textbooks & Essays

Cybercriminals distribute malware disguised as textbooks and essays that downloaded from pirated websites. The costs of materials posted by...
Wordpress plugins

New Malware Attack Targeting 60 Million WordPress Websites to add Backdoor & Exploit Plugins...

Researchers discovered an ongoing malvertising campaign targeting millions of WordPress websites to infect with backdoor and exploiting the various Wordpress plugins vulnerabilities.

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