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Malicious actors such as Kinsing are taking advantage of both recently disclosed and older security flaws in Oracle WebLogic Server to deliver cryptocurrency-mining malware. Cybersecurity company Trend Micro said it found the financially-motivated group leveraging the vulnerability to drop Python scripts with capabilities to disable operating system (OS) security features such as Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux), […]

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Energy providers from around the world, including the United States, Canada, and Japan, have reportedly been targeted by state-sponsored North Korean hacker group Lazarus, also known as APT38. According to Cisco’s Talos Intelligence group(opens in new tab), the campaign intends to infiltrate organizations around the world in the interests of establishing long-term access and subsequently […]

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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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