The RIPE Chair Team Reports – April 2021

RIPE 82 is approaching fast! In this article, get a sneak preview of some of the topics that you can expect to see at the upcoming RIPE Meeting as well as an overview of the activities the RIPE Chair Team has been busy with over the past few weeks. Community Activities RIPE Working Groups The … Continue reading The RIPE Chair Team Reports – April 2021

The UNC2529 Triple Double: A Trifecta Phishing Campaign

In December 2020, Mandiant observed a widespread, global phishing campaign targeting numerous organizations across an array of industries. Mandiant tracks this threat actor as UNC2529. Based on the considerable infrastructure employed, tailored phishing lures and the professionally coded sophistication of the malware, this threat actor appears experienced and well resourced. This blog post will discuss … Continue reading The UNC2529 Triple Double: A Trifecta Phishing Campaign

RotaJakiro Linux backdoor has flown under the radar since 2018

Experts recently uncovered a Linux backdoor, dubbed RotaJakiro, that has flown under the radar for many years while harvest and exfiltrate sensitive information from the victims. RotaJakiro is a Linux backdoor recently discovered by researchers at Qihoo 360’s Network Security Research Lab (360 Netlab). The malware remained undetected for years while threat actors were employing … Continue reading RotaJakiro Linux backdoor has flown under the radar since 2018

Experian API Leaks Most Americans’ Credit Scores

A researcher is claiming that the credit scores of almost every American were exposed through an API tool used by the Experian credit bureau, that he said was left open on a lender site without even basic security protections. Experian, for its part, refuted concerns from the security community that the issue could be systemic. … Continue reading Experian API Leaks Most Americans’ Credit Scores

Purple Lambert, a new malware of CIA-linked Lambert APT group

Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky discovered a new strain of malware that is believed to be part of the arsenal of theUS Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky has discovered a new malware that experts attribute to the US Central Intelligence Agency. Experts from Kaspersky explained that in February 2019, multiple antivirus companies received a collection … Continue reading Purple Lambert, a new malware of CIA-linked Lambert APT group