FortiGuard Labs discovered a phishing campaign delivering fileless malware to steal sensitive information from a victim’s device. Read our analysis to find out more about how the campaign executes and maintains persistence on the victim’s device.
Since the beginning of 2022, there are more Android botnet newcomers. FortiGuard Labs has seen two new banking botnets: GRIM and Magnus. Read our blog to find out more.
In our latest blog, FortiGuard Labs reviews valuable tools to help understand what threats organizations might face next including the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) and the Exploit Prediction Scoring System (EPSS). We also recap some of the unique benefits of each for better vulnerability prioritization.
With wiper malware becoming popular in cyberattacks, FortiGuard Labs provides a deep dive on the threat technique to help organizations understand it and implement better protections. Read our blog about wiper malware including tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs).
In this blog post, the FortiGuard Labs team reviews how to use emulation against anti-reverse engineering techniques using the Pandora ransomware as an example. Learn more.
FortiGuard Labs observed a recent Emotet outbreak being spread through a variety of malicious Microsoft Office files, or maldocs, attached to phishing emails. Read our blog to learn how the malware spreads, what the malicious documents look like, and more.
FortiGuard Labs has been closely investigating the Android BianLian botnet (also known as Hydra). Although it emerged in 2018, it is still alive in 2022. Our blog provides a brief analysis as well as its new tricks.