Deepfakes are out there, but they aren’t where many people expected them to be.
Threat actors behind malsmoke, one of the largest malvertising campaigns we’ve seen in recent months, have switched malware delivery tactics.
We look at the latest splash of synthetic human deepfakes shenanigans working their way into mainstream news in order to cause disruption.
Threat actors ramp up on coronavirus-themed campaigns, posing as the World Health Organization sending emails with fake e-book content. Instead of advice, users get compromised with malware.
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 describe the latest malvertising campaign that uses Domen, an advanced social engineering toolkit.