Analysts “strongly believe” the Russian state colludes with ransomware gangs

“We have the smoke, the smell of gunpowder and a bullet casing. But we do not have the gun to link the activity to the Kremlin.”

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A week in security (July 12 – July 18)

A roundup of all the most interesting cybersecurity news stories, articles, and happenings of the previous seven days.

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TrickBot indictment reveals the scale and complexity of organized cybercrime

We look at what recent charges against one of TrickBot’s authors tell us about what we’re up against. It’s not good.

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How ransomware gangs are connected, sharing resources and tactics

New research by Analyst1 sheds light on the cooperation between some of the ransomware gangs dominating the cybersecurity news.

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Report goes “behind enemy lines” to reveal SilverFish cyber-espionage group

PRODAFT researchers have uncovered a sophisticated cyber-espionage group with links to SolarWinds and EvilCorps.

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Ryuk ransomware develops worm-like capability

French researchers have found a Ryuk ransomware variant that can spread laterally through an infected network.

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Extortion, precision malware, and ruthless scams. Read the State of Malware 2021 report

Through the chaos and devastation of 2020, one form of business seems to have thrived—the creation and operation of malicious software.

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A week in security (January 25 – January 31)

A privacy week special on Malwarebytes Labs with a special episode of our Lock & Code podcast, FLoC, Grindr, Emotet, and more.

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The story of ZeroLogon

ZeroLogon is a treasure for cybercriminals, an ongoing struggle for Microsoft, and a headache for everyone caught in the middle.

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The most enticing cyberattacks of 2020

These are the most enticing—or the most impossible-to-ignore—cyberattack lures and cyberattack capabilities of 2020. They can’t be gone soon enough.

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