Attackers have created a fake Office 365 site that is distributing the TrickBot password-stealing Trojan disguised as Chrome and Firefox browser updates.
Watch the companion video podcast to this report to learn more about TrickBot. https://www.csiac.org/podcast/trickbot Abstract: Today's cyber threat is more advanced, persistent and capable. The constantly changing cyber landscape creates more fundamental gaps when it comes to conducting traffic analysis and identifying intrusion detection. These
Cybercriminals have developed many methods to exploit browser applications in order to obtain individual's credentials. One such method, Emotet is a Trojan malware that targets windows-based computers and was originally designed to steal sensitive, private information from banking customers. Later versions of this software were modified to enable Emotet to
There have been several predictions as to where adversary hacking is headed in the foreseeable future. Virtually all credible predictions have one thing in common: emerging attacks will be intelligent. In simple terms that means that these attacks will have the ability to make decisions and, to some extent, control their own actions without the support of a