Month: December 2018

Danabot’s Travels, A Global Perspective

Executive Summary First discovered in May of 2018, Danabot is a Delphi written banking trojan that has been under active development throughout the year. This malware’s early success can be attributed to its modular structure and mature distribution system. Throughout the year, NETSCOUT Threat Intelligence has observed the growth in distribution […]

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STOLEN PENCIL Campaign Targets Academia

Executive Summary ASERT has learned of an APT campaign, possibly originating from DPRK, we are calling STOLEN PENCIL that is targeting academic institutions since at least May 2018. The ultimate motivation behind the attacks is unclear, but the threat actors are adept at scavenging for […]

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