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Every holiday season, malicious threat actors ramp up their activities as consumers spend their days at home cuddled up on the couch, surfing for gifts for their loved ones. This holiday season figures to be no different. The Retail & Hospitality Information Sharing and Analysis Center (RH-ISAC) released its 2022 Holiday Season Cyber Threat Trends […]

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Researchers have identified functional similarities between a malicious component used in the Raspberry Robin infection chain and a Dridex malware loader, further strengthening the operators’ connections to the Russia-based Evil Corp group. The findings suggest that “Evil Corp is likely using Raspberry Robin infrastructure to carry out its attacks,” IBM Security X-Force researcher Kevin Henson […]

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The gang behind the Dridex computer trojan has adopted an unpatched Microsoft Word exploit and used it to target millions of users. The exploit’s existence was revealed Friday by security researchers from antivirus vendor McAfee, but targeted attacks using it have been happening since January. After McAfee’s limited public disclosure, researchers from FireEye confirmed having […]

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