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Types of Cyber Attacks To Look Out For

This blog is going to be short and sweet, but informative for anyone that is new to the cyber field or needs a recap.

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An Introduction To Automatic Transfer Systems (ATS)

A fairly new and unfamiliar technique used by banking malware is Automatic Transfer Systems. This type of malware harvests financial information such as login credentials to bank websites. A couple of ways that this can be achieved is by Formgrabbing and Webinjection. I’ll give a brief overview of what these two types of malicious activity entails.

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WPcache-Blogger – Affects Thousands more WordPress Websites via RevSlider - New Malware Campaign

If SoakSoak wasn’t enough, we are starting to see a new malware campaign advantages the RevSlider vulnerability and compromising thousands of WordPress sites in the last few days.

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Almost? Tales From Vault 7 - Part 1

Having already wrote my part 2 for the tales from vault 7 series a few weeks back I thought I was way ahead of this blogging malarkey, and understandably quite proud of myself… until Saturday (8/4/17).

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MAC OSX - Macro Based Malware

Mac users are always prompted to enable macros so this new vulnerability found in macOS will most likely have a success rate if users fall for it. Users can be targeted anytime, similar to why Ransomware has become so successful.

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DRIDEX Avoiding Detection In The Finance Industry

If you don’t know already, DRIDEX is an online banking malware that steals personal information through HTML injections. It's main target are customers of financial/banking institutions based in Europe. Identified around November 2014, DRIDEX is considered to be the direct successor of online banking malware CRIDEX. With its new techniques and routines it avoids detection.

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