Updates on the hybrid war: hacktivism and hunting forward. Election security. Trends in phishing. The return of Emotet.
Another hacked broadcast in a hybrid war. Hunting forward as an exercise in threat intelligence collection and sharing. Cyber threats to the US midterm elections. Phishing for cryptocurrency. FakeCrack delivers a malicious payload to the unwary. Vacations are back. So is travel-themed phishbait. Ann Johnson from Microsoft shares insights on the trends she’s tracking here at RSA. Johannes Ullrich brings highlights from his RSA conference panel discussion. And Emotet returns, in the company of some old familiar criminal collaborators.
Hacked Russian radio station broadcasts Ukrainian anthem (Washington Post)
Ransomware, botnets could plague 2022 midterms, NSA cyber director says (The Record by Recorded Future)
How Cyber Criminals Target Cryptocurrency (Proofpoint)
Threat Actors Prepare Travel-Themed Phishing Lures for Summer Holidays (Hot for Security)
Emotet Malware Returns in 2022 (Deep Instinct)