dark web

Arabic-Speaking Threat Actor Recycles the Source Code of Popular RAT SpyNote and Sells it in the Dark Web, as New

by Verint Cyber Threat Intelligence Research Team

posted at September 12, 2019

Recent Android RAT, posted for sale on the dark web, MobiHok v4, seems to be based on the source code of the Android RAT SpyNote, which was leaked in 2016.

The Data Breach Epidemic – Key Findings from Verint’s comprehensive CTI report

by Verint Cyber Threat Intelligence Research Team

posted at July 16, 2019

In the past few years we have witnessed a growing number of significant data breaches. The Data Breach Epidemic Report reviews the most significant data breaches that occurred in 2018 and provides our analysis of the major data leaks. It also includes key trends we identified based on ~5B leaked records detected and analyzed by

The Awakening of PoS Malware (or, has it really been dormant?)

by Verint Cyber Threat Intelligence Research Team

posted at May 7, 2019

The peak of activity of Point-of-Sale (PoS) malware was in late 2013 (with the disclosure of the notorious Target breach[1]), and over the course of 2014, when we witnessed the development and trade of new PoS malware strains. The vigorous discussions on hacking communities at the time, has led hackers to believe PoS malware would

A New Darknet Platform Publishes a Huge Amount of Data, from Around the World

by Verint Cyber Threat Intelligence Research Team

posted at March 19, 2019

In the past few months, an alleged group of transparency advocates, headed by activist Emma Best (@NatSecGeek), created an online repository of leaked data similar to WikiLeaks, named “Distributed Denial of Secrets” (@DDoSecrets). Our initial examination revealed that the repository includes a great volume of data aggregated from past leaks, but also several new ones.