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Banking Trojan Delivered By LOLbins: How the Ramnit Trojan spreads via sLoad in a cyberattack

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Banking Trojan Delivered By LOLbins: How the Ramnit Trojan spreads via sLoad in a cyberattack

Cybereason detected an evasive infection technique used to spread a variant of the Ramnit banking Trojan as part of an Italian spam campaign. We investigate this attack, its use of sLoad, and its adoption of LOLbins to minimize discovery.

Pervasive Brazilian financial malware targets bank customers in Latin America and Europe

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Pervasive Brazilian financial malware targets bank customers in Latin America and Europe

Cybereason’s Nocturnus team analyzed numerous campaigns related to Brazilian financial malware and found that these programs have become pervasive and infected 60 banks in nearly a dozen countries throughout South America, Spain and Portugal.

New Betabot campaign under the microscope

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New Betabot campaign under the microscope

The Cybereason SOC has detected multiple Betabot infections in customer environments. In this blog, Cybereason researchers study Betabot’s infection chain and self-defense mechanisms using data gathered from customer environments.

VAI MALANDRA: A LOOK INTO THE LIFECYCLE OF BRAZILIAN FINANCIAL MALWARE: Part one

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VAI MALANDRA: A LOOK INTO THE LIFECYCLE OF BRAZILIAN FINANCIAL MALWARE: Part one

Cybereason's Nocturnus Research team analyzes campaigns targeting the Brazilian financial sector, focusing on infection vectors and the threat actor's toolset and techniques.

Wannamine cryptominer that uses EternalBlue still active

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Wannamine cryptominer that uses EternalBlue still active

The Wannamine cryptominer, which uses the EternalBlue exploits, is still active although a patch that fixes these well-known vulnerabilities was released last March. Amit Serper, Cybereason's head of security research, examines this variant and makes the case for patching your systems.

ICS Threat Broadens: Nation-State Hackers Are No Longer The Only Game In Town

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ICS Threat Broadens: Nation-State Hackers Are No Longer The Only Game In Town

APT actors and nation states aren't the only adversaries interested in ICS environments. Threat actors who use sophisticated techniques but are also amateurish are now targeting utility providers. That's according to the data from a honeypot Cybereason setup to emulate the power transmission substation of a major electricity provider.

No Win32_Process Needed – Expanding the WMI Lateral Movement Arsenal

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No Win32_Process Needed – Expanding the WMI Lateral Movement Arsenal

Cybereason researchers have discovered new lateral movement techniques that abuse WMI. They also created a tool that lets analysts see the potential harm attackers could cause if they used these techniques.

Attackers use botnets to break into networks faster

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Attackers use botnets to break into networks faster

No one likes grunt work, including attackers, who have turned to bots to automatically handle menial tasks like exploiting vulnerabilities. If exploit automation wasn’t enough of a concern for security teams, this technique has grown even more potent with attackers using bots that can automatically exploit vulnerabilities, create backdoors, dump passwords, conduct network reconnaissance, and laterally move in seconds.

Olympic Destroyer: Calculated Provocation or an Amateur's best shot?

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Olympic Destroyer: Calculated Provocation or an Amateur's best shot?

Olympic Destroyer was designed to cause destruction, and while some systems were impacted, the malware didn’t lead to massive disruptions during the Winter Olympics’ opening ceremonies.