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RansomExx malware offers new features...

The APT group DefrayX has launched a new version of its RansomExx malware known as RansomExx2, a variant for Linux rewritten in the Rust programming language, possibly to avoid detection...

CISA Warns of New Malware...

Last year, CISA created a list of vulnerabilities being actively exploited and a list of applications directly affected by those vulnerabilities. Over time, the list has been updated to reflect...

New Metador APT takes aim...

A new malware, identified as Metador, is being used by attackers to target telecommunications, internet service providers and universities on multiple continents, according to security researchers at SentinelOne. “The operators...

U.S. Seizes $30 Million Worth...

Chainalysis, a U.S. company, said it had worked with the FBI to recover more than $30 million in cryptocurrency stolen from online video game maker Axie Infinity by North Korea-linked...

Bumblebee Malware Offers a new...

A new version of the Bumblebee malware loader has been discovered by researchers. The new strain of malware offers a new chain of infection, including the use of a PowerScript...

New ‘GIFShell’ Attack Technique Exploits...

A new ‘GIFShell” attack technique exploits bugs and vulnerabilities in Microsoft Teams to abuse legitimate Microsoft infrastructure, execute malicious files, execute commands, and exfiltrate data. According to Bobby Rauch, the...

Prynt Stealer’s Backdoor Steals Data...

A backdoor in information stealing malware, Prynt Stealer is used to steal data that is exfiltrated by other cyberattackers, according to Zscaler ThreatLabz researchers. Already, the malware sells for $100...

Linux Malware Reach All-Time High...

Although Linux is the most private and secure operating system, according to AtlasVPN, it has seen an increase in malware samples. The results showed that Linux malware grew exponentially in...

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