atinderpal.singh@zscaler.com, Author at Security Boulevard

Emotet is back in action after a short break

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It’s common for cybercriminals to launch an attack, then shortly thereafter stop the campaign before they are detected. These breaks also give these bad actors a chance to change tactics to, once again, attempt to avoid detection. That’s what operators using the Emotet malware did, taking a short break before ... Read More

AntiCoinMiner mining campaign

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Coinminer malware has been on the rise for some time. As more and more users become aware of this threat and try to take measures to protect themselves, cybercriminals are attempting to cash on that fear by serving crypto-miner malware from a website claiming to offer a coinminer blocker. Although ... Read More

Anti-Coinminer Mining Campaign

| | Malware
Coinminer malware has been on the rise for some time. As more and more users become aware of this threat and try to take measures to protect themselves, cybercriminals are attempting to cash on that fear by serving crypto-miner malware from a website claiming to offer a coinminer blocker. Although ... Read More

Cryptominers and stealers – malware edition

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It all started in 2008 with a paper on the first decentralized digital currency, Bitcoin, created by an unknown person or persons referred to as Satoshi Nakamoto. Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer currency based on cryptography that works on distributed ledger technology known as blockchain. In 2009, the first open-source software ... Read More