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Domain Shadowing IoC Expansion Led to Thousands of Possible Connections

Palo Alto Networks threat analysts discovered more than 12,000 cases of domain shadowing after scanning the Web from April to June 2022. For this threat, all cybercriminals need to do is create malicious subdomains under legitimate domains... more

A Call for Help May Lead to Malware: BazarCall IoC Analysis and Expansion

More sophisticated BazarCall campaigns have been circulating and delivering ransomware entry points to victims. While the bait still involves urgent notification emails about nonexistent purchases or subscriptions, the subsequent phase highlights the threat actors' manipulative skills. more

Rogue Tor Browser: When Search for Anonymity Leads to Exposure Instead

Anyone who wishes to browse the Internet without the prospect of being spied upon by others, whether for legal or illegal purposes, can always rely on using the Tor browser if they're so inclined.  more

Dormant Colors IoC Expansion: Don’t Install Browser Extensions from These Domains

Internet users are being tricked into installing browser extensions that can hijack their web searches. The end goal could be to insert affiliate links, but who knows what other malicious activities the threat actors behind them are capable of? more

RIPE 85 News Update

Over 1,000 organizations are each waiting more than 300 days to get a block of just 256 IPv4 addresses -- a /24 -- in the RIPE region. The RIPE NCC warned that the wait time will soon reach 24 months despite allocating 900 /24s in the last year. more

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Bring on the Scariest Sales

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are two of the most-awaited shopping events each year. That said, they have also become favored scammer targets for the most ingenious campaigns designed to part shoppers with their cash or, worse, identities. more

2022 CSC Domain Security Report Finds Nearly Three-Quarters of Global 2000 Companies are at Alarmingly High Risk of Exposure to Security Threats

We have just released our third annual Domain Security Report that found three out of four Forbes Global 2000 companies have not adopted key domain security measures - exposing them to high risk of security threats. These companies have implemented less than half of all domain security measures. more

The Business of Cybercrime: Does Malicious Campaign Planning Take as Long as Legitimate Marketing Campaign Planning?

It has become customary for cybercriminals to ride on famous brands to make their nefarious campaigns work. The release of the world's most-awaited tech gadgets is no different. And given the public attention and techies' innate desire to be first to own the latest gadgets, threat actors will always zoom in on prospective buyers via the most ingenious scams. more

Beware That Software Update, It Could Be Magniber in Disguise

Did you know that a Magniber ransomware infection can cost you a ransom of as much as US$2,500? The operators' favored method of delivery? Fake Windows 10 updates, putting 80% of all Windows operating system (OS) users worldwide at risk. The campaign, believed to have begun in April this year, remains a threat. Are Windows 10 users the only ones at risk, though? more

Investment-Related Cybersquatting: Another Way to Lose Money?

This year, the stock market is at its most volatile state due to several factors. Debates abound about whether 2022 will be as bad as 2008, but we'll leave that up to the experts. more