Beware of fraudulent antivirus products taking advantage of the COVID-19 crisis.
We look at a spear phishing attack from APT36, an Advanced Persistent Threat group posing as the government of India and offering guidance on coronavirus. Instead, users are infected with a Crimson RAT that steals data.
We discovered a web social engineering toolkit that allows crooks to create fake update notification campaigns on both desktop and mobile in up to 30 different languages.
If you’ve ever been tempted to cheat at Fortnite, think again—with the release of season six of the popular video game, we found a data theft malware masquerading as a cheat tool, ready to steal your browser sessions, cookies, and even your Bitcoin.
A threat actor implements a newer vulnerability exploited in Internet Explorer to serve up the Quasar RAT and diversify the portfolio of attacks.
Browser update? Do not trust, and do verify before downloading potential malware.
A Remote Administration Tool (RAT) is delivered via an unusual route: a benign-looking Microsoft Word document with an ulterior motive.