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Telecom Firms Compromised in LightBasin Cyberattacks

A well-known attack group has compromised at least 13 telecommunications organizations since 2019, relying on custom toolsets and a novel C2 persistence method.

Cybercrime, Telecommunications, Cyberattack

FIN12 Ransomware Attackers Target Medical Facilities

The FIN12 group is targeting healthcare providers in the U.S. with aggressive cyberattacks that deploy the Ryuk ransomware.

Healthcare Security, Cybercrime, Ransomware

Law Enforcement Update Kills Emotet on Infected Devices

An uninstall process, pushed out to infected devices as part of the takedown of Emotet by law enforcement, has been triggered to kill the malware.

Emotet, Malware, Cybercrime, Botnet

China’s Big Data Boom Spurs a Flourishing Underground Economy

As part of a prosperous Chinese-language underground economy, cybercriminals are illegally monetizing big data by selling it to scammers, threat groups or even marketers.

Cybercrime, Big Data, China

Cybercriminals Target Vaccine Supply Chain

Over the last year, cybercriminals adjusted their attack tactics with new developments with the COVID-19 pandemic. With attention now on developing and distributing the vaccine for the novel coronavirus, attackers have shifted their focus to target the vaccine supply chain.

Supply Chain, Cybercrime