SysJoker, a previously undetected cross-platform backdoor made the headlines

Security researchers found a new cross-platform backdoor, dubbed SysJoker, the is suspected to be the work of an APT group. Security experts from Intezer discovered a new backdoor, dubbed SysJoker, that is able to infect Windows, macOS, and Linux systems. The experts spotted a Linux variant of the backdoor in December while investigating an attack against […]

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January 13, 2022
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Iran-linked APT35 group exploits Log4Shell flaw to deploy a new PowerShell backdoor

Iran-linked APT35 group has been observed leveraging the Log4Shell flaw to drop a new PowerShell backdoor. Iran-linked APT35 cyberespionege group (aka ‘Charming Kitten‘ or ‘Phosphorus‘) has been observed leveraging the Log4Shell flaw to drop a new PowerShell backdoor, Check Point researchers states. The experts also details the use of a modular PowerShell-based framework dubbed CharmPower, that allows […]

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January 12, 2022
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Purple Fox backdoor spreads through fake Telegram App installer

Threat actors are spreading the Purple Fox backdoor using tainted installers of the Telegram messaging application. Threat actors are using weaponized installers of the Telegram messaging application to deliver the Purple Fox backdoor on Windows systems. Researchers from Minerva Labs pointed out that this campaign, unlike similar ones leveraging legitimate software to deliver malware, has […]

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January 4, 2022
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Experts found backdoors in a popular Auerswald VoIP appliance

Researchers found multiple backdoors in popular VoIP (voice over Internet protocol) appliance made by the German manufacturer Auerswald. Researchers from RedTeam Pentesting discovered multiple backdoors in a popular VoIP (voice over Internet protocol) appliance made by the German manufacturer Auerswald. The backdoors were discovered as part of penetration testing, they allow attackers to gain full […]

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December 27, 2021
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