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The annual national security threat assessment report claimed that, among others, the Russian cyber-espionage group APT29 with alleged links to Russia’s intelligence services “exploited” Lithuania’s information technology infrastructure “to carry out attacks by APT29 against foreign entities developing a COVID-19 vaccine.” The report produced by Lithuania’s State Security Department said the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown […]

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Microsoft has started tracking the threat actor behind the SolarWinds attack as NOBELIUM. The company has identified three new pieces of malware that it believes are used by the group after they have compromised the targeted organization’s network. The malware, named GoldMax, GoldFinder and Sibot, has been used to maintain persistence and for other “very […]

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With 2020 behind us, it is now possible to take a look back and analyze the different cybercrime trends that took place in order to be more prepared in 2021. One of the most popular form of cyberattacks is phishing, and as it usually comes in the form of emails from well-known brands, they can […]

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