In March, we came across an email with a malware attachment that used the Gamaredon group’s tactics. Some of the emails used the coronavirus pandemic as a topic to lure victims into opening emails and attachments.Read More
We found three malicious apps in the Google Play store that work together to compromise a victim’s device and collect user information. One of these apps, called Camero, exploits CVE-2019-2215, a vulnerability that exists in Binder (the main Inter-Process Communication system in Android). This is the first known active attack in the wild that uses the use-after-free vulnerability.Read More
The threat group APT33 is known to target the oil and aviation industries aggressively. Our recent findings show that the group uses about a dozen live Command and Control (C&C) servers for extremely narrow targeted malware campaigns against organizations in the Middle East, the U.S., and Asia.Read More
We found cyberespionage group TICK targeting critical systems and enterprises, attempting to steal information to benefit this APT group’s sponsor. In this research brief, we show the timeline of the group’s activities and malware development, as well as the technical analyses of the new malware families, modified tools, and upgraded malware routines.Read More
Pawn Storm has a long history of targeting government agencies and private organizations to steal sensitive information. Our most recent findings show that they targeted the international investigation team of the MH17 plane crash from different sides.
The Dutch Safety Board (known as Onderzoeksraad) became a target of the cyber-espionage group before and after the safety board published their detailed report on the MH17 incident on October 13, 2015. We believe that a coordinated attack from several sides was launched to get unauthorized access to sensitive material of the investigation conducted by Dutch, Malaysian, Australian, Belgian, and Ukrainian authorities.Read More