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Source Code of Ratopak/ Pegasus Spyware Targeting the Financial Sector Recently Leaked

by Verint CTI (powered by SenseCy)

posted at August 28, 2018

On July 6, 2018, a post claiming to contain the source code of Carbanak group malware was published on a Russian-speaking underground forum. Soon after the sharing of the code on the Russian underground, it was uploaded by an unknown actor to the text-sharing platform Pastebin, making it accessible to all. At the same time,

The Ultimate Data Scientist’s Playground: Building a Multipetabyte Analytic Infrastructure for Cyber Defense

by lee_blum

posted at August 27, 2018

Thousands of Big Data professionals gathered in the ExCel Conference Centre in London for the annual Strata Data Conference, organized by O’Reilly Media and Cloudera. This conference is a major platform for leading Data professionals to share their experience, case studies, proven best practices and new analytic approaches to a global audience of data scientists

Update – FastDataX Campaign is Now Even Stronger and a Whole Lot More Malicious!

by Verint Research Lab

posted at July 23, 2018

Back in our July blog, FastDataX campaign, we shared some very compelling research with our readers – we were excited by the amount of interest it created.  Fast forward a few more months of research and we have more to share with you, including multiple accounts of infection observed throughout our Threat Protection System.  We

Cybercriminals Integrate Exploit for CVE-2018-8174 into Numerous Attack Tools

by Verint CTI (powered by SenseCy)

posted at July 18, 2018

The CVE-2018-8174 vulnerability in Internet Explorer was found using OSINT tools and used by a nation-state group from North Korea. By constantly monitoring news outlets with WEBINT platforms, we discovered that the vulnerability was later adopted by cyber criminals globally, and was embedded inside exploit kits that were traded throughout dark-web platforms. The following is