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The notorious Russian hackers known as Sandworm targeted an electrical substation in Ukraine last year, causing a brief power outage in October 2022. The findings come from Google’s Mandiant, which described the hack as a “multi-event cyber attack” leveraging a novel technique for impacting industrial control systems (ICS). “The actor first used OT-level living-off-the-land (LotL) […]

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A Russian espionage group attacked multiple organizations to steal credentials using Microsoft Teams chats that appear to originate from technical support. Microsoft on Wednesday attributed the activity to Midnight Blizzard, previously tracked by the computing giant as Nobelium and also known as Cozy Bear and APT29. The actor used previously compromised Microsoft 365 accounts owned […]

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The Russian Turla hacker group has targeted the Ukrainian defense sector and other Eastern European entities with a novel backdoor, dubbed DeliveryCheck, to deploy secondary payloads likely used for espionage, according to Microsoft. Security researchers at Microsoft’s Threat Intelligence said DeliveryCheck is .NET-based malware distributed through email that contains documents containing malicious macros. The Computer […]

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