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The Iranian threat actor known as Tortoiseshell has been attributed to a new wave of watering hole attacks that are designed to deploy a malware dubbed IMAPLoader. “IMAPLoader is a .NET malware that has the ability to fingerprint victim systems using native Windows utilities and acts as a downloader for further payloads,” the PwC Threat […]

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Likely state-sponsored, the threat group initially engaged in cyberespionage attacks, but then attempted to extort victims, claiming to have exfiltrated and encrypted data. The recovery of the impacted files, however, was not possible, due to the destructive nature of the attack. Dubbed Apostle, the wiper used in these attacks was later updated with encryption capabilities, […]

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