The holiday season is a busy time of year for retailers and shoppers, but also for cybercriminals. The FortiGuard Labs team examines two Black Friday-themed cyberattacks, one using an old PDF file and another exploiting typosquatting.
FortiGuard Labs provides an analysis on RapperBot focusing on comparing samples for different campaigns, including one aiming to launch Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. Read our blog to learn more about the differences observed in this campaign vs previous RapperBot and similar campaigns in the past.
FortiGuard Labs recently analyzed a fake phishing email that drops the Warzone RAT. Read a deeper analysis in our blog that provides more detail on technical challenges we faced during the analysis.
The latest FortiGuard Labs Threat Signal Ransomware Roundup covers the Inlock ransomware and a new variant of the Xorist ransomware, along with protection recommendations. Read more.
As cybercrime converges with advanced persistent threat methods, cybercriminals are finding ways to weaponize new technologies at scale to enable more disruption and destruction. Read our 2023 threat predictions to learn more.
MITRE Engenuity’s Center for Threat-Informed Defense recently released its latest version of the Attack Flow project. Learn how this new standard can benefit organizations for better cyber defense.
FortiGuard Labs recently analyzed a fake phishing email that drops the Warzone RAT. Read our blog that provides more detail on reverse engineering techniques used during the analysis.
The latest FortiGuard Labs Threat Signal Ransomware Roundup covers FBI ransomware as well as the Wise Guys and “Pyschedelic” ransomware, along with protection recommendations. Read more.
FortiGuard Labs recently discovered an email pretending to come from the Hungarian government with a malicious attachment, which is a zipped executable that, upon execution, extracts the Warzone RAT to memory and runs it. Read a detailed analysis in our blog.