FortiGuard Labs predicts cyberattacks aimed at everything from crypto wallets to satellite internet in 2022 and beyond. Read more in our threat landscape predictions report.
FortiGuard Labs discovered a destructive malware that looks to be a joke program posing as a mysterious COVID-related installer. This new destructive malware variant is designed to simply render affected systems inoperable. Learn more about how it brings disaster to MBR.
FortiGuard Labs recently discovered a fresh variant of the Snake Keylogger malware. Learn how it is downloaded and executed through a captured Excel sample, what techniques this variant uses to protect it from being analyzed, and what sensitive information it steals from a victim’s machine.
FortiGuard Labs has observed more scams involving counterfeit websites that appear to be legitimate ecommerce sites posing a risk to online shoppers. Read our analysis to find out more about what to avoid while shopping online.
FortiGuard labs discovered and reported multiple zero-day vulnerabilities in Adobe Illustrator. Learn about the vulnerabilities and root causes.
FortiGuard Labs threat analysis details how cybercriminals are using the promise of a fake gift card to steal cryptocurrency from their victims and how they are using fake documents to lure victims into giving out confidential info such credentials for online shopping sites, and more.
FortiGuard Labs recently discovered a variant of the Chaos ransomware that not only encrypts certain files but also destroys others and appears to target Minecraft gamers in Japan. Our threat analysis examines how this new ransomware variant works.
FortiGuard Labs analyzes attack payloads leveraging the Atlassian Confluence Server vulnerability, deep dives into the attack and provides IOCs to help determine if a network was affected by CVE-2021-26084. Read more.