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Technical Analysis of MedusaLocker Ransomware

MedusaLocker is a ransomware family that appeared in September 2019 and was employed rapidly for attacks on...

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Recordbreaker: The Resurgence of Raccoon

Researcher: Anandeshwar Unnikrishnan Editors: Suchita Katira & Hansika Saxena An info stealer is malicious software (malware) that...

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How Threat Actors are Exploiting Android Webview

What is a WebView WebView is a simple but powerful way to present web-based content in Android....

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What Is Redeemer Ransomware and How Does It Spread: A Technical...

Redeemer is a Ransomware written in C++. The ransomware clones itself with the name of a system...

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ID Card Printing Scams Orchestrated by UP-Based Group Defrauds the Indian...

In this blog, we delve into the modus operandi of an Uttar Pradesh based group that is...

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Multiple Threat Actors Exploiting EDRs to Acquire Sensitive Information

Increasing trend of threat actors seeking assistance to place counterfeit EDRs, on underground forums. EDRs can be...

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Technical Analysis of Bumblebee Malware Loader

Malware loaders are essentially remote access trojans (RATs) that establish communication between the attacker and the compromised...

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Social Media Nexus Spreads Color Prediction Games that Defraud Users

CloudSEK DRP came across an engagement loop called Color Prediction gaming, a financial scam functioning under the...

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Philippines Government and Civil Service Commission Data Exposed in May 2022

Threat actors targeted the Philippines Government in May 2022 in cyberattacks, and sensitive Government data was exposed....

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YourCyanide: An Investigation into ‘The Frankenstein’ Ransomware that Sends Malware Laced...

Authors: Anandeshwar Unnikrishnan, Rishika Desai, Benila Susan Jacob Executive Summary CloudSEK’s contextual AI digital risk monitoring platform...

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