LockBit 2.0 Promises to Leak Mandiant Data

LockBit 2.0 announcement: real thing or vengeful trolling? On June 6, on its portal on the dark web, LockBit 2.0, a ransomware operator, has announced the exposure of data allegedly stolen in a successful hack from Mandiant, a large and influential cybersecurity company. Considering the RSA 2022 conference opening on the same day in San… Continue reading LockBit 2.0 Promises to Leak Mandiant Data

Top Types of Spoofing Attacks

Spoofing is a kind of cybercrime in which attackers impersonate a trusted source, such as a trusted contact, to gain access to confidential information or steal data, whether personal or professional. In addition to threatening your data privacy, Spoofing attacks can damage the brand’s reputation or the person the attackers are impersonating, sometimes making it… Continue reading Top Types of Spoofing Attacks

Attackers Exploit MSDT Follina Bug to Drop RAT

Threat Actors Exploit MSDT Follina Bug To Drop RAT And Infostealer

Security specialists caution users about the exploitation of the recently disclosed Follina Bug found in all supported versions of Windows. Threat actors have actively utilized this vulnerability to install payloads such as the AsyncRAT trojan and infostealer. Understanding the Follina Vulnerability On May 27, 2022, the public became aware of a remote code execution (RCE)… Continue reading Attackers Exploit MSDT Follina Bug to Drop RAT

New Cuba Ransomware Variant Involves Double-Extortion Scheme

What’s new in April Variant of Cuba Ransomware The Cuba ransomware family has got itself a new specimen. The new version of Cuba revealed itself in late April 2022 and was involved in the attack on two companies in Asia. Although the alterations in comparison to previous versions cannot be called crucial, some of them… Continue reading New Cuba Ransomware Variant Involves Double-Extortion Scheme

The Heuristic Virus & Analysis: Everything You Need To Know

This article targets individuals who have received a computer notification indicating the presence of a heuristic virus in their system. What exactly is this “heuristic virus”, and is it a threat? Let’s first examine the original definition of the term “heuristic” before delving into the nature of this virus. Heuristics is a scientific discipline that… Continue reading The Heuristic Virus & Analysis: Everything You Need To Know

Warning Signs Of DDoS Attack: Symptoms

Warning Signs Of DDoS Attack: Symptoms

DDoS attacks can sometimes have devastating effects on various internet users. This particular type of cyber threat can put on hold different internal operations, create negative relationships with customers, and generally make websites inaccessible. DDoS Attacks Target Businesses And Ordinary Users Not only various businesses suffer from DDoS attacks but also ordinary users can sometimes… Continue reading Warning Signs Of DDoS Attack: Symptoms

Types of SQL Injection: Attack Examples

Types of SQL Injection: Attack Examples

As we wrote in one of the articles, SQL is a structured query programming language (SQL, Structured Query Language) that allows programmers to communicate with large databases in almost plain English. It also gives the ability to access and manipulate data stored in tables on the server. In the case of websites, the tables can… Continue reading Types of SQL Injection: Attack Examples

Malware VS Ransomware: What’s the Difference?

To deal with any problem successfully you should first have a clear understanding of what you are dealing with. Nowadays the cyber threat landscape has expanded enormously with online cyber threat elements prevailing. And it would be erroneous to think that only specialists from the IT field need to know what they might come across… Continue reading Malware VS Ransomware: What’s the Difference?