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The Raspberry Robin worm is becoming an access-as-a-service malware for deploying other payloads, including IcedID, Bumblebee, TrueBot (aka Silence), and Clop ransomware. It is “part of a complex and interconnected malware ecosystem, with links to other malware families and alternate infection methods beyond its original USB drive spread,” the Microsoft Security Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC) […]

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New research has shown that voice deepfakes are becoming easier to spot as synthetic recreations of real voices, thanks to the anatomy of our vocal tracts. Researchers at the University of Florida have devised a method of simulating images of a human vocal tract’s apparent movements(opens in new tab) while a voice clip – real […]

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Cybersecurity researchers from Kaspersky recently discovered a brand new IIS module, designed to steal credentials that victims type in when logging into their Outlook Web Access (OWA) accounts. They dubbed the new module backdoor SessionManager, and claim it’s persistent, resistant to updates and stealthy. By leveraging SessionManager, Kaspersky further claims, threat actors can get access […]

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