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As technology advances, phishing campaigns continue to improve in sophistication, emphasizing the need for vigilance and awareness. The recent spate of ransomware attacks on US healthcare has shown major chinks in the armor of many an organization’s security stack. Zero-Day malware, if unchecked, can bring an organization quickly to its

The Labs team at VMRay actively gathers publicly available data to identify any noteworthy malware developments that demand immediate attention. We complement this effort with our internal tracking and monitor events the security community reports to stay up-to-date with the latest changes in the cybersecurity landscape. In March 2024, the

We’re excited to announce that our new release now supports the advanced data-exchange format, STIX 2.1, enabling other security systems and threat repositories to import more results from VMRay’s analysis reports. This marks a significant leap towards better interoperability and makes sharing threat intelligence more future-proof. While STIX 2.0 was

Introduction The Labs team at VMRay actively gathers publicly available data to identify any noteworthy malware developments that demand immediate attention. We complement this effort with our internal tracking and monitor events the security community reports to stay up-to-date with the latest changes in the cybersecurity landscape. In February 2024,

Three Ransomware attacks and data breaches in the healthcare industry over the last few weeks have been noteworthy. We’ve discussed the first incident that involves the BlackCat Ransomware as a Service (RaaS). Now, let’s continue with the second:the return of LockBit 3.0. Part 3: Rhysida Another ransomware as a service

Three Ransomware attacks and data breaches in the healthcare industry over the last few weeks have been noteworthy. We’ve discussed the first incident that involves the BlackCat Ransomware as a Service (RaaS). Now, let’s continue with the second:the return of LockBit 3.0. Part 2: The End of LockBit? Not So

Ransomware. One word that keeps many IT Administrators and SOC Analysts awake at night. And when it comes to the healthcare industry, the recent ransomware attacks of 2024 have led many IT security practitioners to burn the midnight oil late into the night. Three Ransomware attacks and data breaches in

Introduction The first release of 2024 is already behind us, but we’re not slowing down! We hope you’ve enjoyed the features delivered in recent months, including addressing the QR code phishing attacks, support for the analysis of ISO and UDF filetypes as well as our continuous enhancements and research to

The recent data leak from a Chinese Security Services Company, i-Soon, sent shockwaves through the CTI world. The name “i-Soon” is not new to the researchers monitoring China-nexus private hacking industry. This attention dates back to the US Grand Jury’s indictment o employees from “Chengdu 404” in 2019, where it

Overview Pikabot has posed significant challenges to many Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) systems through its employment of an advanced technique to hide its malicious activities known as “indirect system calls” (or “indirect syscalls”). This is only one of multiple techniques this family employs to evade detection: Pikabot distinguishes itself

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