Posts Tagged ‘Advanced persistent threat’

Costaricto APT: Cyber mercenaries use previously undocumented malware

CostaRicto APT is targeting South Asian financial institutions and global entertainment companies with an undocumented malware. Blackberry researchers have documented the activity of a hackers-for-hire group, dubbed CostaRicto, that has been spotted using a previously undocumented piece of malware to target South Asian financial institutions and global entertainment companies. “During the past six months, the BlackBerry Research […]

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Stuxnet Malware Analysis

Stuxnet Malware Analysis By Amr Thabet Stuxnet videos library History of Stuxnet – Previous articles | DISC InfoSec blog What is Stuxnet, who created it and how does it work? | CSO Online GitHub – micrictor/stuxnet: Open-source decompile of Stuxnet/myRTUs Stuxnet Source Code Released Online – Download Now Stuxnet Family Tree Grows  Subscribe in a […]

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Advanced Persistent Threats are the main challenge for businesses

Advanced Persistent Threats’ are top infosecurity challenge for businesses in 2013 Mitigating Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) is going to be a main challange and should be the highest of information security priorities for businesses in 2013, according to governance, risk management and compliance firm IT Governance. Latest APT threats should be taken into account in an organization risk assessment […]

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