Dennis Fisher talks with Costin Raiu of the Kaspersky Lab GReAT team about the researcher behind the Equation Group campaign, the group’s capabilities and why they seem to have gone dark now.
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Looking in one of the more obscure corners of the web, Billy Rios discovered how to hack automated car wash equipment.
In a talk Monday Christofer Hoff stressed that in security and martial arts alike, it’s hard to be a skilled defender if you don’t understand how your adversaries pull off the attacks.
Attackers have long used distributed denial of service attacks to knock domain-name servers offline but over the last several months malware creators have taken to using DNS requests to tunnel stolen data.
BadUSB-style attacks against industrial control systems are theoretically possible, but bear watching according to Michael Toecker today at the Security Analyst Summit.
Staffan Truve spoke Monday at the Kaspersky Analyst Summit about the efforts his company Recorded Future is taking to index the dark web, or what he called the underbelly.
CANCUN–Things are getting real these days for executives, researchers, journalists and others involved in the security community. Targeted surveillance is a reality for many in the community, and researchers and activists are trying now to help them assess and address that threat to their privacy and security. Secure communications among researchers who know one another[…]
The Desert Falcons gang is the first Arabic APT group, according to researchers at Kaspersky Lab.
The persistence module used by the Equation APT Group uncovered by researchers at Kaspersky Lab has been called the ultimate cyberattack tool.
CANCUN–Since security researchers and vendors began exposing the inner workings of APT groups a few years ago, virtually all of the operations that have been made public have been the work of attackers in Europe, Asia or North America. But recently, groups in the Middle East have joined the game as well. In 2013, Adrian[…]