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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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How to Detect Obfuscated Malware on Your Server

Traditional malware detecting methods are ineffective against the hackers’ new techniques – deploying malware which is obfuscated. That’s why an innovative new approach is required in server security to stop these new threats. History of Malware Detecting Technologies The constant battle between malware creators and anti-malware companies leads to inventing more and more sophisticated techniques […]

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Hackers Bypass Symantec Web Gateways Using Mirai &  Hoaxcalls Botnets

A new Mirai and Hoaxcalls botnet campaign which is attacking post-authentication class of the Symantec Secure Web Gateway Remote code execution vulnerability. Mirai is one of the well-known IoT Malware that targets IoT devices such as IP cameras and DVRs to take control of those devices by taking advantage of open ports and default credentials, […]

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