Phishing kits in the C2C market. Cyberespionage, Pyongyang and Beijing editions. Ransomware under the radar. A new hacktivist group says it doesn’t much care for NATO corruption.
Telekopye and the rise of commodified phishing kits. Lazarus Group fields new malware. Implications of China's campaign against vulnerable Barracuda appliances. Abhubllka ransomware's targeting and low extortion demands. Malek Ben Salem of Accenture outlines generative AI Implications to spam detection. Jeff Welgan, Chief Learning Officer at N2K Networks, unpacks the NICE framework and strategic workforce intelligence. And a new hacktivist group emerges, and takes a particular interest in NATO members.
eBay Users Beware Russian 'Telekopye' Telegram Phishing Bot (Dark Reading)
Lazarus Group's infrastructure reuse leads to discovery of new malware (Cisco Talos Blog)