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IT threat evolution Q3 2018

LuckyMouse, mobile Trojan Asacub, BusyGasper, KeyPass ransomware and other notable targeted attacks and malware stories of Q3 2018.

DarkPulsar FAQ

Frequently asked questions about DarkPulsar implant that was found in the “Lost in Translation” leak among other tools.

DarkPulsar

After the “Lost in Translation” leak was revealed, we noticed that this leak contained a tool in the “implants” category called DarkPulsar. We analyzed this tool and understood that it is not a backdoor itself, but the administrative part only.

Octopus-infested seas of Central Asia

For the last two years we have been monitoring a Russian-language cyberespionage actor that focuses on Central Asian users. We named the actor DustSquad and have provided reports on four of their campaigns. In this blogpost we cover a malicious program for Windows called Octopus that mostly targets diplomatic entities.

Threats in the Netherlands

For this blogpost we gathered all the sinkhole data for Dutch IPs in the last four years, which amounts to around 85,000 entries. The aim is to give an overview of which APT groups are active in the Netherlands and what they are interested in.

Threats posed by using RATs in ICS

While conducting audits, penetration tests and incident investigations, we have often come across legitimate remote administration tools (RAT) for PCs installed on operational technology (OT) networks of industrial enterprises. In a number of incidents that we have investigated, threat actors had used RATs to attack industrial organizations.

LuckyMouse signs malicious NDISProxy driver with certificate of Chinese IT company

Since March 2018 we have discovered several infections where a previously unknown Trojan was injected into the lsass.exe system process memory. This campaign was active immediately prior to Central Asian high-level meeting and we suppose that actor behind still follows regional political agenda.

BusyGasper – the unfriendly spy

In early 2018 we found a suspicious Android sample that, as it turned out, belonged to an unknown spyware family. Further investigation showed that the malware, which we named BusyGasper, is not all that sophisticated, but demonstrates some unusual features for this type of threat.

IT threat evolution Q2 2018

Olympic Destroyer worm, Roaming Mantis mobile banker, Operation Parliament cyber-espionage campaign, SynAck ransomware and other notable targeted attacks and malware campaigns of Q2 2018.

Attacks on industrial enterprises using RMS and TeamViewer

Kaspersky Lab ICS CERT has identified a new wave of phishing emails with malicious attachments targeting primarily companies and organizations that are, in one way or another, associated with industrial production.

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