Cyberespionage in East and Southeast Asia, for both intelligence collection and domestic security, Spyware tools tracked. Shifting cyber targets in Russia’s hybrid war. Securing the Super Bowl.
The Gelsemium APT is active against a Southeast Asian government. A multi-year campaign against Tibetan, Uighur, and Taiwanese targets. Stealth Falcon's new backdoor. Predator spyware is deployed against Apple zero-days. An update on Pegasus spyware found in Meduza devices. There’s a shift in Russian cyberespionage targeting. A rumor of cyberwar in occupied Crimea. In our Industry Voices segment, Amit Sinha, CEO of Digicert, describes digital trust for the software supply chain. Our guest is Arctic Wolf’s Ian McShane with insights on the MGM and Caesars ransomware incident. And if you’re looking for a Super Bowl pick, go with an egg-laying animal…and, oh, the NFL and CISA are noodling cyber defense for the big game.Selected reading.
Evasive Gelsemium hackers spotted in attack against Asian govt (BleepingComputer)
Stealth Falcon preying over Middle Eastern skies with Deadglyph (We Live Security) t
New stealthy and modular Deadglyph malware used in govt attacks (BleepingComputer)
Deadglyph: New Advanced Backdoor with Distinctive Malware Tactics (The Hacker News)
Egyptian presidential hopeful targeted by Predator spyware (Washington Post)
Large-scale cyberattack reported in occupied Crimea (The Kyiv Independent)