BlackEnergy Successor Hits Energy Companies Since 2015

BlackEnergy Successor Hits Energy Companies Since 2015

For the past three years, a stealthy cyberespionage group has been targeting energy companies, primarily from Poland and Ukraine, using a new malware framework dubbed GreyEnergy. GreyEnergy is a modular malware platform ...
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VPNFilter Attack Hits Chlorine Plant in Ukraine

VPNFilter Attack Hits Chlorine Plant in Ukraine

Ukraine’s internal security agency, the SBU, reports blocking a VPNFilter attack against a plant that produces liquid chlorine used for treating the water supply in the country. The SBU has not provided technical ...
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New Document Attack Exploits Design Behavior Rather than Macros

New Document Attack Exploits Design Behavior Rather than Macros

Malicious Microsoft Word documents sent via email are a hacker favorite when it comes to infecting computers, but researchers have recently observed an attack campaign that uses first-stage docs without any active ...
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Adobe Confirms Unpatched Flash

Adobe Confirms Unpatched Flash Player Vulnerability Used in Attacks

Adobe Systems has confirmed that attackers are in possession of an exploit for a critical zero-day vulnerability in Flash Player that will be patched over the coming days. News of the flaw ...
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Triton Malware Exploited Flaw

Triton Malware Exploited Zero-Day Flaw in Schneider Electric Safety Controllers

Schneider Electric has confirmed that a recently uncovered malware program that was used to attack industrial infrastructure exploited a vulnerability in its Triconex safety controllers. The malware, dubbed Triton, was uncovered in ...
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Dragonfly Cyberspy Group Ramps Up Attacks Against Energy Sector

Dragonfly Cyberspy Group Ramps Up Attacks Against Energy Sector

Symantec warns that a sophisticated cyberespionage group known as Dragonfly is aggressively targeting companies from the energy sector in Europe and the United States. The company’s researchers have seen evidence that in ...