Two Countries Charge Canadian with Cybercrimes

Two Countries Charge Canadian with Cybercrimes A man from Canada has been charged with committing cybercrimes by both his native country and the United States. Matthew Philbert, of Ottawa, Ontario,…

Unpatched Microsoft Exchange Servers abused in new phishing campaign

The noteworthy aspect of this phishing campaign is that the emails were sent as replies to previously sent messages, due to which these appeared legit. According to the IT security…

IKEA Hit by Email Reply-Chain Cyberattack

IKEA, king of furniture-in-a-flat-box, warned employees on Friday that an ongoing cyberattack was using internal emails to malspam malicious links in active email threads. As of Friday – as in,…

Attackers Hijack Email Threads Using ProxyLogon/ProxyShell Flaws

Exploiting Microsoft Exchange ProxyLogon & ProxyShell vulnerabilities, attackers are malspamming replies in existing threads and slipping past malicious-email filters. Attackers are gnawing on the ProxyLogon and ProxyShell vulnerabilities in Microsoft…

Squirrelwaffle Exploits ProxyShell and ProxyLogon to Hijack Email Chains

Trend Micro – Trend Micro – Squirrelwaffle Exploits ProxyShell and ProxyLogon to Hijack Email Chains Exploits & Vulnerabilities Squirrelwaffle is known for using the tactic of sending malicious spam as…

New Emotet Spam Campaigns Hard at Work  

After a ten-month absence, the Emotet malware seems to be back in business, delivering malicious documents around the world by employing the help of spam campaigns. Source What Happened? In…

Emotet malware reemerges, building botnet via Trickbot malware

Bad news for the cybersecurity fraternity. Emotet malware that was dubbed the “World’s Most Dangerous” and “Widely Spread Malware” is back. As per a report from security researcher Luca Ebach,…

Emotet Malware Appears to Be Back in Business

Emotet is a kind of malware known as banking Trojans. Malspam, or spam emails carrying malware, is the most common way for it to propagate (hence the term). To persuade…

FBI’s Email Servers Were Hacked

The FBI’s email systems were hacked, and spam emails mimicking FBI warnings were sent out. The emails were warning in regards to a “sophisticated chain assault” perpetrated by an advanced threat…