Cyber phases of a hybrid war. Google stops a Judgment Panda campaign and Symantec tracks Daxin. CISA updates its Conti alert. An alleged REvil member is arraigned in Texas.
Prebunking a provocation. A spot report on the cyber phases of a hybrid war. Google stops a Judgment Panda campaign against US Government Gmail users. Symantec continues to track the origins and uses of the Daxin backdoor. CISA updates its Conti alert. Josh Ray from Accenture has tips on Log4J. Our guest is Chetan Conikee of ShiftLeft with strategies for reducing attackability. And law northeast of the Pecos, as an alleged member of REVil is arraigned in Texas.
Vladimir Putin ‘plotting chemical weapons attack in Ukraine’ (The Telegraph)
White House warns Russia could use chemical weapons in Ukraine (TheHill)
Russia, China May Be Coordinating Cyber Attacks: SaaS Security Firm (eSecurityPlanet)
More Than 5 Million Anti-Propaganda Text Messages Sent to Russians in Anonymous Information Warfare (Hstoday)
Anonymous hacked Russian cams, websites, announced a clamorous leak (Security Affairs)
EXCLUSIVE BNP Paribas bars Russia-based staff from computer systems as cyber attack fears grow (Reuters)
CISA updates Conti ransomware alert with nearly 100 domain names (BleepingComputer)
Google Blocks Chinese Phishing Campaign Targeting U.S. Government (SecurityWeek)
Symantec tracked down one developer of ‘China’s most advanced piece of malware’ (Sc Magazine)
Daxin Backdoor: In-Depth Analysis, Part One (Symantec)
Daxin Backdoor: In-Depth Analysis, Part Two (Symantec)
Sodinokibi/REvil Ransomware Defendant Extradited to United States and Arraigned in Texas (US Department of Justice)