APT Attacks

APT group exploits zero-day Flash exploits to hack enterprises

APT group exploits zero-day Flash exploits to hack enterprises

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The ScarCruft group have left victims all over the world by using a previously unknown zero-day vulnerability in the Adobe Flash Player, according to Kaspersky Lab which has dubbed the attack Operation Daybreak.

Cylance exposes 'Dust Storm' APT attack on Japanese infrastructure

Cylance exposes 'Dust Storm' APT attack on Japanese infrastructure

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Chinese suspected of APT attack on Japanese critical infrastructure.

US infrastructure cyber-vulnerabilities in spotlight again

US infrastructure cyber-vulnerabilities in spotlight again

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The recurring fear of a state or terror-group-sponsored cyber-attack on the nation's infrastructure was highlighted by news stories this week indicating groups may have accessed part of the US electrical grid as well as a dam.

Russian government likely to be behind APT 28

Russian government likely to be behind APT 28

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A new report by Bitdefender has, at least partially, undressed the infamous group APT28 claiming that it's a Russian speaking group with a particular interest in government officials, defence companies and Ukraine.

How to find a 'Super Hacker'

How to find a 'Super Hacker'

Anomaly-based detection, rather than signatures or threat intelligence, is more likely to detect nation-state and advanced criminal 'Super Hackers' before they can gain a significant foothold on networks says Peter Cohen.

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