Related Families: Wroba.o, Xloader
Kaspersky SecureList recently reported on a Roaming Mantis campaign using Wroba.o with DNS hijacking to infect routers and Android devices.
Related Families: Wroba.o, Xloader
Related Families: Ermac
Verticals Targeted: Financial
Threat Fabric recently reported on Hook, an Android banking trojan that is a fork of Ermac.
Related Families: Wacatac
Fortinet recently reported on a supply chain attack in which threat actors leveraged a 0-day attack embedded in three PyPI packages to deliver Wacatac.
Related Families: Andromeda, Kopiluwak, QuietCanary
Mandiant recently reported on a Turla campaign targeting Ukraine. The threat actors used multiple malware families in this campaign, including Kopiluwak, QuietCanary, and Andromeda.
Ransomware attacks have become a major concern for businesses and organizations in recent years, with devastating consequences for those who fall victim. The Hive ransomware gang, which recently targeted Consulate Health Care, is one example of cybercriminals constructing sophisticated and ruthless tactics to steal sensitive data and extort money from their victims. But how can you protect yourself from these kinds of attacks in the future?
One solution is PolySwarm. Our platform uses advanced threat intelligence to stop ransomware attacks before they happen.
PolySwarm is a next-generation malware intelligence marketplace that connects businesses with a network of security experts and threat intelligence providers. Our platform can detect and analyze malware in real-time using cutting-edge technology, identifying potential threats before they can strike. This is achieved through our proprietary threat-scoring algorithm, PolyScore, which rates the probability that a given file contains malware. It weights engines’ determinations based on previous performance, history with similar file confidence levels, and other indicators.
One of the key features of PolySwarm is our ability to detect unknown or zero-day threats. These threats have yet to become known to the cybersecurity community and can be missed by traditional security solutions. However, PolySwarm's network of experts identifies these threats by analyzing the behavior of the malware rather than relying on signature-based detection methods.
In the case of the Hive ransomware gang attack and others like it, PolySwarm can detect the incident early on, allowing organizations to act before costly data is stolen. Receiving early alerts is the key to allowing your organization to take action and prevent theft.
Another benefit of PolySwarm is its ability to provide businesses with actionable intelligence. Once a threat has been identified, our platform can provide a detailed analysis of the malware, including information on its origins, targets, and potential consequences. This information can be used to improve an organization's overall security protocols, as well as to inform incident response and recovery teams.
Ransomware attacks are a serious and growing threat to businesses and organizations. The Hive ransomware gang is just one example of the devastating consequences of such attacks. However, by using advanced threat intelligence platforms like PolySwarm, organizations can protect themselves from future ransomware attacks and mitigate the damage caused by those that do occur.
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