Cyberattack

Cyberattack / Industry Updates

New Zloader Campaign: Where Do IoCs Lead Us?

Zloader, a banking malware that steals sensitive user data, is back with a more sophisticated infection chain. It evades detection while exploiting Microsoft's digital signature verification method. more

With Rising Number of Cyberattacks, Businesses Have to Know How to Handle IP Address Abuse

Cyberattacks have always been a serious headache for businesses and the last several months were no exception. If not handled in time, the attacks can lead to IP reputation loss and blocklisting, causing severe and expensive damage to companies, but a few precautionary steps can help keep the threats at bay. more

Exposing an Active Kaseya Ransomware Attack Infrastructure

Kaseya, an IT solution developer targeting managed service providers (MSPs) and enterprises, became a victim of a massive ransomware attack last July. While the company‚Äôs CEO said that less than 0.1% of its clients were affected, the fact that it mostly served MSPs, the data belonging to as many as 1,500 small businesses could have been compromised. more

An Analysis of the Gaming Industry’s Domain Attack Surface

The videogame industry has outperformed the movie and North American sports industry in 2020, and market experts expect the trend to continue on in 2021. So reports about the increasing cyber attacks targeting the said industry is not surprising as threat actors tend to go after lucrative targets. more

Phorpiex Botnet Extortion: DNS Facts and Findings

The Phorpiex botnet has been operating for years now. It first focused on distributing old-school worms that spread via infected USB drives or through chats that relied on the Internet Relay Chat (IRC) protocol. more

Beyond Hafnium Attacks: An Expansion of IoCs Related to 3 APT Clusters

The Hafnium attacks targeting Microsoft Exchange Server vulnerabilities triggered several cybersecurity investigators and researchers to hunt for other threat actors that use similar attack methods. Among them is the Cybereason News Network. more

What’s the Domain Attack Surface of the Top 10 Most Impersonated Brands in Q2 2021?

Domain attack surface discovery is an incessant quest for domain and subdomain names that could be used as attack vectors. The larger its attack surface, the more vulnerable an organization tends to be. On the other hand, the more attack vectors discovered, the higher the chances of mitigating cyber attacks. more

Could the LGBTQ Community Be a Target of Internet Threat Actors?

Pride month is celebrated worldwide. While it's meant to be a time of celebration for members of the LGBTQ community and their families and supporters, its popularity has also made it a possible target of cyber threats. In this post, we look at potentially dangerous Internet properties that have been registered both recently and over the years. more

WhoisXML API Upgraded Its Web Categorization Engine

Web categorization engines and related tools are built to help organizations classify websites they do business or generally interact with. WhoisXML API's Website Categorization API and Website Categorization Lookup used to classify websites into 25 possible categories. more

A Glimpse of Big Telcos’ Domains and Subdomains Footprints

Telecommunications companies are a favored cyberattack target. After all, telcos build, control, and operate critical infrastructure that almost everyone uses to communicate. They also store large amounts of sensitive data that could easily be exploited when falling into the wrong hands. more