FortiGuard Labs team discovers another 0-day attack in a malicious PyPI package called “web3-essential”. See how this malware avoids suspicion and other observations.
FortiGuard Labs analyzes malicious code found in captured excel documents that cryptojacks a victim’s system to mine for Monero cryptocurrency. See how the malicious software is delivered, executed, and the techniques it uses to gain persistence on a device.
Given the volume of active threats today’s SOC teams require automation and dynamic services to succeed. FortiGuard Labs' Outbreak Alerts provide a unique analysis of the threat landscape. Read our 2022 Outbreak Alert Report and overview blog.
FortiGuard Labs recently discovered a phishing campaign using a variety of QR codes to target Chinese language users. It aims to steal credentials by luring users into entering their data into a phishing website owned by the threat actor. Read our blog to learn more:
In this week's Ransomware Roundup, FortiGuard Labs covers variants of the CrySIS/Dharma ransomware family along with protection recommendations. Read our blog to find out more.
The FortiGuard Labs team discovered an attack embedded in three PyPI packages called ‘colorslib’, ‘httpslib’, and “libhttps”. Read our blog to learn more.
In this week's ransomware roundup, FortiGuard Labs covers the Monti, BlackHunt, and Putin ransomware along with protection recommendations. Read our blog to find out more.