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The U.S. has slapped sanctions on three well-known North Korean state-sponsored hacker groups – including the group that was tied to the 2017 WannaCry ransomware attacks and the 2014 cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment. The three that were sanctioned are the infamous Lazarus Group, as well as two Lazarus sub-groups called Bluenoroff and Andariel. All […]

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It happened one day out of the blue in mid-October. I received a notification that a trip was added to my personal Google calendar — destination: Cebu, Philippines. What? Did I just fall victim to a cyberattack? I logged into my personal Gmail account and found an email with the travel itinerary. I started to […]

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Usually, you need to teach security solutions about new vulnerabilities, but sometimes, Kaspersky Lab technologies teach us about new zero-days. This is just that kind of case. Our Automatic Exploit Prevention technology recently detected a new kind of cyberattack that tried to use a previously unknown exploit on a yet-undiscovered operating system vulnerability. Analyzing the […]

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