The Lazarus Group has splintered off a group whose mission is to attack banks and steal money in order to fund its operations.
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Attackers behind February’s fileless malware attacks dropped malware on some bank ATMs that gave them the ability to dispense money, “at any time, at the touch of a button.”
The lines between between information shared between intelligence services, companies, and the government are getting increasingly blurry, a Georgetown professor warned.
At the Security Analyst Summit, Mark Dowd described how memory corruption mitigations are successfully driving up exploit development costs.
Researchers may have found a link between Moonlight Maze of the late ’90s and the Turla APT, which would elevate Turla to the ranks of the Equation Group as an elite nation-state attacker.
Attackers have been using fileless malware to hide in the memory of enterprises, steal data, and vanish without a trace.
Kaspersky Lab Principal Security Researcher Nico Brulez talks with Ryan Naraine about his upcoming SAS 2017 training on the ins and outs of malware reverse engineering and how attendees can benefit for a wide range of tips and tricks.
Operations Manager at Paterva Andrew Macpherson outlines the details of the “Digital Intelligence Gathering using Maltego” course being offered at SAS 2017.
Kaspersky Lab’s Costin Raiu talks about the benefits of taking the YARA training class available at SAS 2017.
Threatpost editor Mike Mimoso talks with Santiago Pontiroli and Roberto Martinez, researchers with Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team (GReAT) about ATM malware, jackpotting, and how it works in Latin America.