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Gitpaste-12 Malware

Gitpaste-12 is a new worm that uses GitHub and Pastebin for housing component code and has atleast 12 different attack modules available. This has been discovered by the Juniper Threat Labs. Technically, a worm is a type of malware that spreads copies of itself from computer to computer. A worm can replicate itself without any human interaction, […]

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NSA Revealed A Russian APT28 Hackers Made Previously Undisclosed Stealthy “Drovorub” Linux Malware

Recently, NSA, along with FBI, has revealed a Russian APT28 Linux malware named “Drovorub.” The experts asserted that this malware is managed by the Russian hackers, and the main motive of this malware was to plant backdoors inside hacked networks.  The threat actors named the group “Fancy Bear,” and it takes advantage of various functions […]

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REMnux

REMnux is a Linux distro for malware researchers that has a curated collection of free tools used for examining executables, documents, scripts, and other forms of malicious code. The tools help researchers to find, install, and configure the tools. The initial release was before 10 years, now a new version REMnux 7 is released. It […]

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Lazarus APT Group

Lazarus APT group believed to be run by the North Korean government, the group know to be active since 2009. The group is financially motivated and known for it’s broad & cross-platform targeting. Researchers observed a new cross-platform malware framework used by the threat actor group to compromise various organizations in Europe and Asia recently. […]

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