Krypton Stealer – Kryptonite for Credentials

Krypton Stealer – Kryptonite for Credentials

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As a member of the Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) world, Krypton Stealer is sold on foreign forums for the modest price of $100 (payable in cryptocurrencies only). Krypton is a small size binary and it is an ... Read More
New Sneaky Threat Against Your Chrome Credentials

New Sneaky Threat Against Your Chrome Credentials

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CyberArk Labs continuously looks for new threats targeting credentials in order to better understand common attack vectors. CyberArk’s threat hunting effort recently caught an interesting sample of malware. In contrast to credential theft malware like ... Read More

Sodin Ransomware

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Critical Synopsis: Sodin is a new ransomware that spreads and operates using known vulnerabilities. CyberArk Labs tested prevention tactics on Sodin over the weekend and found that using Endpoint Privilege Manager to enforce least privilege ... Read More
A Pony Hidden in Your Secret Garden

A Pony Hidden in Your Secret Garden

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Pony is the most widespread type of malware, representing around 39% of the active credential theft malware [Figure 1] around the world according to BlueLiv’s report on Credential Theft Malware[1]. Since its first appearance in ... Read More
OpJerusalem FlashInstaller Ransomware

OpJerusalem FlashInstaller Ransomware

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OpIsrael is the name of an annual coordinated cyber-attack against the Israeli government and private websites created with the stated goal of “erasing Israel from the internet” in protest against the Israeli government’s conduct in ... Read More
Qealler — The Silent Java Credential Thief

Qealler — The Silent Java Credential Thief

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Qealler is a new type of malware that CyberArk Labs recently detected in a spam campaign targeting corporate mailboxes in the UK. At first sight, it looks to be a simple, harmless file that can ... Read More