Auto Parts Manufacturer Attacked by Three Different Ransomware in Two weeks

Sophos experts told about an interesting case when an unnamed auto parts manufacturer was attacked by three different ransomware in a row, in just two weeks. Let me remind you that we also wrote that New RedAlert Ransomware Targets Windows and Linux VMware ESXi Servers, and also that Hackers Launched LockBit 3.0 and Bug Bounty… Continue reading Auto Parts Manufacturer Attacked by Three Different Ransomware in Two weeks

Epsilon Red ransomware threatens Microsoft Exchange servers

Sophos experts have discovered the Epsilon Red ransomware that exploits vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange servers to attack other machines on the network. Experts write that the malware is based on many different scripts, and Epsilon Red operators use a commercial remote access utility in attacks. Epsilon Red was discovered last week while investigating an attack… Continue reading Epsilon Red ransomware threatens Microsoft Exchange servers

Cybercriminals fake letters from WHO to distribute HawkEye and trick money into fight with COVID-19

Specialists from IBM X-Force discovered a new malicious campaign, in which cybercriminals fake letters from WHO, impersonate its CEOs Tedros Adan Gebreisus, and send users emails containing a HawkEye keylogger. HawkEye is a credential theft program that is usually distributed through fraudulent emails and malicious Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and RTF files. “After installing on… Continue reading Cybercriminals fake letters from WHO to distribute HawkEye and trick money into fight with COVID-19