Between Hong Kong and Burma: Tracking UP007 and SLServer Espionage Campaigns

"In this research note, we analyze an espionage campaign targeting Hong
Kong democracy activists. Two new malware families are used in this
campaign that we name UP007 and SLServer.
This research note builds on previous reporting by more closely
examining UP

Senin, 16 May 2016
Digging deep for PLATINUM

"There is no shortage of headlines about cybercriminals launching
large-scale attacks against organizations. For us, the activity groups
that pose the most danger are the ones who selectively target
organizations and desire to stay undetected, protect their investment,

Senin, 16 May 2016
Looking Into a Cyber-Attack Facilitator in the Netherlands

"A small web hosting provider with servers in the Netherlands and
Romania has been a hotbed of targeted attacks and advanced persistent
threats (APT) since early 2015. Starting from May 2015 till today we
counted over 100 serious cyber attacks that originated from servers o

Senin, 16 May 2016
Sweden’s Critical Infrastructure Was Reportedly Attacked by Russian Hackers

"In November 2015, outages in Sweden’s Air Traffic Control System
lasting several days led to hundreds of domestic and international
flights being grounded at multiple airports across the country.

According to the International Business Times, sources in the Swedish

Senin, 16 May 2016
The US declares cyber-war on Islamic State

"The US, for the first time, has declared cyber-war on the Islamic
State. This is not only the first declaration against that particular
target but the first public declaration of cyber-warfare against any target.

Ashton Carter, US Secretary of Defence told press in a spe

Senin, 16 May 2016
Trident upgraded to protect against cyber attack

"Britain’s Trident nuclear deterrent is to be updated to protect it from
cyber attack.

Software in the nuclear missile system will be upgraded as defence
officials admitted there was “legitimate concern” about threats from
cyber hackers.


Senin, 16 May 2016
UK Teen That Sold DDoS Tools on the Dark Web Avoids Going to Prison

"Grant Manser, 20, of Kidderminster, a town near Birmingham, in the UK,
has pleaded guilty to selling DDoS stressers on the Dark Web that had
been used to bring down servers and websites in the UK and many European

Manser started his life of cyber-crime w

Senin, 16 May 2016
Vengeful Hacker Risks Ten Years in Prison for DDoSing Security Firm's Website

"A man from Oklahoma City is risking ten years in prison after harassing
a security researcher that helped law enforcement catch and send to jail
a fellow member of his hacking crew.

In 2009 and through 2011, Benjamin Earnest Nichols, 37, was part of the

Senin, 16 May 2016
Shifting Tactics: Tracking changes in years-long espionage campaign against Tibetans

"This report describes the latest iteration in a long-running espionage
campaign against the Tibetan community.  We detail how the attackers
continuously adapt their campaigns to their targets, shifting tactics
from document-based malware to conventional phishing that

Senin, 28 Mar 2016
U.S. National Guard may join cyber offense against Islamic State: Carter

"U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the National Guard's cyber
squadrons will play an increasingly important role in assessing the
vulnerabilities of U.S. industrial infrastructure and could be asked to
join the fight against Islamic State.

The National Guar

Senin, 28 Mar 2016
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