Prosiak 65 is a malware that was first seen almost 20 years ago. As with many older malware, it continues to be in circulation. While the overall prevalence of Prosiak 65 has declined across locations, we have and continue to see repeated activity – our research offers more information on the malware.
Recently, FortiGuard Labs conducted its own research on Microsoft Azure datacenter IP ranges and found several instances of unpatched machines still vulnerable to the critical “BlueKeep” RDP vulnerability. Learn more about how to protect against this vulnerability.
As organizations continue to adopt and drive digital transformation (DX), staying ahead of the threat landscape and attack chain curves is becoming increasingly difficult to achieve. Learn more about the challenges and opportunities of DX, and the importance of threat intelligence to protect your network from the latest threats.
FortiGuad Labs has been monitoring developments on the e-commerce threat landscape, such as MageCart, which steals payment card details from compromised websites. Learn about how MageCart was able to steal over 185,000 payment card details last year.
FortiGuard Labs has been monitoring a Linux coin mining campaign from “Rocke” – a malware threat group specializing in cryptomining. Learn more about the general behavior of the malware as well as new features we have documented.
Fortinet announced the findings of the latest quarterly Global Threat Landscape Report. The research reveals that cybercriminals continue to evolve the sophistication of their attack methods, from tailored ransomware and custom coding for some attacks, to utilizing pre-installed tools or established infrastructure to maximize efficiency for their opportunities.
Satan ransomware first appeared in early 2017, and since then threat actors have been constantly improving the malware to infect its victims more effectively and to maximize its profits. Learn more about how this malware finds new targets to attack.