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  • The security is still secure


    Recently WikiLeaks published a report that, among other things, claims to disclose tools and tactics employed by a state-sponsored organization to break into users' computers and circumvent installed security solutions. The list of compromised security products includes dozens of vendors and relates to the whole cybersecurity industry.
  • Old Malware Tricks To Bypass Detection in the Age of Big Data


    Kaspersky Lab has been tracking a targeted attack actor’s activities in Japan and South Korea recently. This attacker has been using the XXMM malware toolkit, which was named after an original project path revealed through a pdb string inside the file.
  • Unraveling the Lamberts Toolkit


    The Lamberts is a family of sophisticated attack tools that has been used by one or multiple threat actors against high-profile victims since at least 2008. The arsenal includes network-driven backdoors, several generations of modular backdoors, harvesting tools, and wipers.
  • Ransomware in targeted attacks


    Ransomware's popularity has attracted the attention of cybercriminal gangs; they use these malicious programs in targeted attacks on large organizations in order to steal money. In late 2016, we detected an increase in the number of attacks, the main goal of which was to launch an encryptor on an organization's network nodes and servers.
  • ATMitch: remote administration of ATMs


    In February 2017, we published research on fileless attacks against enterprise networks. This second paper is about the methods and techniques that were used by the attackers in the second stage of their attacks against financial organizations – basically enabling remote administration of ATMs.
  • Lazarus Under The Hood


    Today we'd like to share some of our findings, and add something new to what's currently common knowledge about Lazarus Group activities, and their connection to the much talked about February 2016 incident, when an unknown attacker attempted to steal up to $851M USD from Bangladesh Central Bank.
  • Penquin’s Moonlit Maze


    Moonlight Maze is the stuff of cyberespionage legend. In 1996 someone was rummaging through military, research, and university networks primarily in the United States, stealing sensitive information on a massive scale. To say that this historic threat actor is directly related to the modern day Turla would elevate an already formidable modern day attacker to another league altogether.
  • The Mistakes of Smart Medicine


    A technological boom in medicine both encouraged medical institutions to use exclusively information systems in processing data and led to the emergence of new types of technological equipment and personal devices that can be used to interact with traditional systems and networks. This means that the threats that are relevant for them can also be relevant for medical systems.
  • Threat Landscape for Industrial Automation Systems, H2 2016


    On average, in the second half of 2016 Kaspersky Lab products across the globe blocked attempted attacks on 39.2% of protected computers that Kaspersky Lab ICS CERT classifies as being part of industrial enterprise technology infrastructure.
  • The cost of launching a DDoS attack


    Almost anyone can fall victim to a DDoS attack. They are relatively cheap and easy to organize, and can be highly effective if reliable protection is not in place. Based on analysis of the data obtained from open sources, we managed to find out the current cost of a DDoS attack on the black market. We also established what exactly the cybercriminals behind DDoS attacks offer their customers.

in Deutsch

  • The security is still secure


    Recently WikiLeaks published a report that, among other things, claims to disclose tools and tactics employed by a state-sponsored organization to break into users' computers and circumvent installed security solutions. The list of compromised security products includes dozens of vendors and relates to the whole cybersecurity industry.
  • Old Malware Tricks To Bypass Detection in the Age of Big Data


    Kaspersky Lab has been tracking a targeted attack actor’s activities in Japan and South Korea recently. This attacker has been using the XXMM malware toolkit, which was named after an original project path revealed through a pdb string inside the file.
  • Unraveling the Lamberts Toolkit


    The Lamberts is a family of sophisticated attack tools that has been used by one or multiple threat actors against high-profile victims since at least 2008. The arsenal includes network-driven backdoors, several generations of modular backdoors, harvesting tools, and wipers.
  • Ransomware in targeted attacks


    Ransomware's popularity has attracted the attention of cybercriminal gangs; they use these malicious programs in targeted attacks on large organizations in order to steal money. In late 2016, we detected an increase in the number of attacks, the main goal of which was to launch an encryptor on an organization's network nodes and servers.
  • ATMitch: remote administration of ATMs


    In February 2017, we published research on fileless attacks against enterprise networks. This second paper is about the methods and techniques that were used by the attackers in the second stage of their attacks against financial organizations – basically enabling remote administration of ATMs.
  • Lazarus Under The Hood


    Today we'd like to share some of our findings, and add something new to what's currently common knowledge about Lazarus Group activities, and their connection to the much talked about February 2016 incident, when an unknown attacker attempted to steal up to $851M USD from Bangladesh Central Bank.
  • Penquin’s Moonlit Maze


    Moonlight Maze is the stuff of cyberespionage legend. In 1996 someone was rummaging through military, research, and university networks primarily in the United States, stealing sensitive information on a massive scale. To say that this historic threat actor is directly related to the modern day Turla would elevate an already formidable modern day attacker to another league altogether.
  • The Mistakes of Smart Medicine


    A technological boom in medicine both encouraged medical institutions to use exclusively information systems in processing data and led to the emergence of new types of technological equipment and personal devices that can be used to interact with traditional systems and networks. This means that the threats that are relevant for them can also be relevant for medical systems.
  • Threat Landscape for Industrial Automation Systems, H2 2016


    On average, in the second half of 2016 Kaspersky Lab products across the globe blocked attempted attacks on 39.2% of protected computers that Kaspersky Lab ICS CERT classifies as being part of industrial enterprise technology infrastructure.
  • The cost of launching a DDoS attack


    Almost anyone can fall victim to a DDoS attack. They are relatively cheap and easy to organize, and can be highly effective if reliable protection is not in place. Based on analysis of the data obtained from open sources, we managed to find out the current cost of a DDoS attack on the black market. We also established what exactly the cybercriminals behind DDoS attacks offer their customers.

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