An attack group known as Phosphorus that is linked to the Iranian government has targeted email accounts of U.S. government officials and people associated with a presidential campaign.
A fake hiring site for veterans is the latest tool deployed by the Tortoiseshell attack group.
The Emotet malware has come back to life after several months of inactivity over the summer.
Researchers have found modified versions of the Orcus and Revenge RATs being delivered through effective phishing campaigns.
What a week for BlueKeep watchers. Chinese-language slide deck appears on GitHub with details on how to use the BlueKeep vulnerability, Immunity includes a working exploit in its penetration testing kit, and the WatchBog cryptocurrency-mining botnet now has a scanner looking for vulnerable Windows machines with Remote Desktop enabled.