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Karmen Ransomware, a cheap RaaS service that implements anti-analysis features

Experts at Recorded Future have discovered a cheap RaaS, the Karmen Ransomware that deletes decryptor if detects a sandbox. Security experts from threat intelligence firm Recorded Future have spotted a new ransomware as a service (RaaS) called Karmen. The service allows customers to...

Once again Android Smartphone from China with pre-installed malware

Security Experts at German G Data discovered that a popular Chinese Android Smartphone, Star N9500, comes with a pre-installed spyware. It's not a mystery that many Android Smartphone comes with pre-installed applications, unfortunately some of them could hide an ugly surprise for the owner,...

European Space Agency domains hacked by Anonymous

The collective Anonymous has compromised the subdomains of the European Space Agency website and leaked personal information of thousands of subscribers and officials. The hacking collective Anonymous seems to be very active in this period, its last victim is the European Space...

Watering hole attacks on Polish Banks Linked to Lazarus Group

According to security experts from Symantec and BAE Systems, the recently discovered attacks aimed at Poland banks are linked to the Lazarus Group. Last week, several Polish banks confirmed their systems were infected with a malware after their staff visited the site...

The Chinese Government runs MitM attack on Google users

The Chinese Government is running a MITM attack on SSL encrypted traffic between Chinese China Education and Research Network and Google. Google website, like many other web services, is blocked by the Chinese Government, which operate a rugged censorship on the Internet content. But...

Law enforcement arrested operators behind the MegalodonHTTP Botnet

The operators behind the MegalodonHTTP botnet have been arrested in an international joint effort of law enforcement and a private security firm. In December, Norway law enforcement arrested five people accused of running the MegalodonHTTP Remote Access Trojan (RAT) as part of...

Cyber attack hit the Italian oil and gas services company Saipem

Some of the servers of the Italian oil and gas services company Saipem were hit by a cyber attack early this week. Saipem has customers in more than 60 countries, including Saudi Arabian oil and gas giant Saudi Aramco. It could...

Zurich refuses to pay Mondelez for NotPetya damages because it’s ‘an act of war’

Zurich American Insurance Company is refusing to refund its client because consider the attack as "an act of war" that is not covered by its policy. The US food giant Mondelez is suing Zurich...

Mamba ransomware is back and targets organizations in Brazil and Saudi Arabia

Researchers at Kaspersky Lab discovered a new wave of attack leveraging the Mamba ransomware that hit organizations in Brazil and Saudi Arabia. Mamba ransomware is one of the first malware that encrypted hard drives rather than files that was detected in...

A new modular malware platform sold on the underground

8:30 ET, 19 November 2013 Security researcher Dancho Danchev profiled a new commercially modular malware platform recently released on the underground marketplace. A new commercially modular malware platform has been released on the underground marketplace, the news is posted by the...

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