Skip to content

Threat Intelligence Resources - Targeted Attacks

A new strain of KIVARS malware used in targeted attacks now also works on 64-bit versions of Windows systems.

Attackers have found a new use for Dropbox, apart from just hosting malware.

A pattern emerges from the document exploits recently used by HORSMY, ESILE, FARFLI, and other targeted campaigns.

Ever heard of an attack that plays possum? The Siesta campaign gets in mostly via spear-phishing emails and then lies dormant for varied time periods before gathering information.
In an ideal world, executives and employees trust that their IT administrators will go out of their way to protect the organization's information. However, even IT admins are prone to misconceptions that leave the organizations vulnerable to attacks.
The latter half of 2013 lay witness to two new targeted attack campaigns: BLYPT, which hosts its servers in Romania and Turkey, and Esile, which targets government agencies in APAC to execute remote commands.

Connect with us on