Cyberattacks on SATCOM networks attributed to Russian threat actors

CISA and the FBI are sharing information about the US attribution of cyberattacks on SATCOM networks that targeted Ukraine but spilled over into other European countries.

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State-backed hacking group from China is targeting the Russian military

Chinese state-sponsored actors have been caught red-handed trying to extract intelligence from Russians via a guard camp close to their border.

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Watch out for fake WhatsApp “New Incoming Voicemessage” emails

Scammers are using the popularity of messaging service WhatsApp to trick users into signing up for malvertising

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A week in security (March 28 – April 3)

The most important and interesting security stories from the last seven days.

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New UAC-0056 activity: There’s a Go Elephant in the room

In late March, the cyber espionage group UNC2589 also known as SaintBear launched a spear phishing campaign targeting several entities in Ukraine. In this blog we review this attack and the intended payloads.

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New spear phishing campaign targets Russian dissidents

We’ve identified a new campaign using a combination of exploits, malicious macros and other lures that is targeted at Russian individuals who may have violated restrictions imposed by the Russian government.

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Deepfake Zelenskyy video surfaces on compromised websites

We look at a deepfake video claiming to be President Zelenskyy urging Ukrainians to lay down arms.

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Four key cybersecurity practices during geopolitical upheaval

In a time of rapid-changing crisis, here are four SMB cybersecurity best practices to help prevent the most common attacks.

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Meta blocks Russia-Ukraine disinformation campaigns on Facebook, Instagram

Meta says it has detected and removed two disinformation campaigns regarding the current Russia-Ukraine war.

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Unusual sign-in activity mail goes phishing for Microsoft account holders

We look at a phishing mail which may cause concern for users of Microsoft services as it claims there’s been a suspicious login from Russia.

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