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  • EternalBlue Exploit Actively Used to Deliver Remote Access Trojans
    During the WannaCry pandemic attack, CyphortLabs discovered that other threat actors have been using the same EternalBlue exploit to deliver other malware. This malware is not a ransomware and is not a […] The post EternalBlue Exploit Actively Used to Deliver Remote Access Trojans appeared first on Cyphort.
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  • Cyphort identifies harder to kill WannaCry Ransomware
    In the course of our research on the massive WannaCry ransomware campaign that affected more than a hundred countries since Friday May 12, Cyphort researchers have come across a sample […] The post Cyphort identifies harder to kill WannaCry Ransomware appeared first on Cyphort.
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  • Hancitor’s Exploitation of Win32 APIs to do its Malicious Bidding
    Cyphort has been seeing an ongoing spam campaign distributing the Hancitor trojan. Hancitor is a malicious document that contains a macro which will trigger the download of a secondary payload. The […] The post Hancitor’s Exploitation of Win32 APIs to do its Malicious Bidding appeared first on Cyphort.
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  • New Emotet likes Cookies, C2 Server Responds with Fake 404
    At Cyphort Labs, we discovered a new wave of Emotet making rounds as early as March 29, 2017. Emotet is known to be a notorious banking Trojan that performs information […] The post New Emotet likes Cookies, C2 Server Responds with Fake 404 appeared first on Cyphort.
Cyphort Inc
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  • Putting the “S” Back into SIEM
    Over the past several months, Cyphort has been working with the Ponemon Institute, Osterman Research, and InterQ research on three separate research projects, all aimed at getting a better understanding […] The post Putting the “S” Back into SIEM appeared first on Cyphort.
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  • Karmen Ransomware-as-a-Service flawed
    Karmen is a new RaaS (Ransomware as a Service) being offered in the underground forum. According to a recent research from Recorded Future, this ransomware is being advertised and sold in a […]
Cyphort Inc
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  • From Zero-Day to Zero Privacy
    I recently participated in a panel hosted by ITSP Magazine about #Vault7. For background, on March 7, WikiLeaks posted the “largest ever publication of confidential documents” from the CIA, that […]
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  • The Case for Behavioral Analysis
    In this article, we will lay out arguments with real-life examples in support of behavioral detection of malware as opposed to more traditional static methods of detection. For the sake […]
Cyphort Inc
Cyphort Inc
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  • Buhtrap Malware: What Every Bank’s Security Team Needs To Know
    In our recent blog, we talked about the delivery of Buhtrap by using compromised website and a recent web exploit. On this blog, we will focus on the second stage […]
  • A Contrarian Approach to Cybersecurity – Less is More
    In a recent print edition of The Economist, there is a very relevant article – “Modeling Brains: Does not compute.” It provides a cautionary tale about promises of modern brain […]
  • DDoS and The Internet of Things
    In the last few days, we heard a lot about the Mirai Internet-of-Things botnet, which caused a DDoS attack against Dyn. But Mirai is a relatively small botnet because the majority […]
  • RIG Exploit Kit says “I Do”
    Cyphort Labs discovered a new attack campaign that links to malicious exploits from hijacked DNS servers of personal wedding websites. Personal wedding websites are used to aid in planning and communicating important details for a […]
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  • Banking Malware Buhtrap Caught in Action
    What is Buhtrap? Buhtrap is a criminal cyber hacking group that targets financial institutions. As reported by Group-IB, Buhtrap has been active since 2014. From August 2015 to February 2016, it managed to conduct 13 successful attacks against Russian banks and defrauded them of a total of 1.8 billion rubles (US$25.7M)! Buhtrap is usually dropped onto a victim’s system via a malicious RTF document...
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Cyphort Inc
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