NCC Group’s Incident Response team observed a new variant of the FiveHands ransomware, deployed by an affiliate leveraging publicly available tools to progress their attack. This blog post aims to describe the developments in the ransomware variant and the techniques used by the affiliate.
by fumik0_ & the RIFT TL:DR Our Research and Intelligence Fusion Team have been tracking the Gozi variant RM3 for close to 30 months. In this post we provide some history, analysis and observations on this most pernicious family of banking malware targeting Oceania, the UK, Germany and Italy. We’ll start with an overview of its origins and current operations before providing a deep dive technical analysis … Continue reading RM3 – Curiosities of the wildest banking malware
Today we are releasing some statistics around deployment of Pulse Connect Secure versions in the wild. The hope is that by releasing these statistics we can help to highlight the risk around outdated versions of PCS, which are being actively exploited by malicious actors. We have also shared the raw data with national CIRTs and … Continue reading A Census of Deployed Pulse Connect Secure (PCS) Versions
This post discusses NCC Group observed in the wild exploitation attempts and detection logic for the F5 BIG-IP/BIG-IQ iControl REST API vulnerabilities CVE-2021-22986
NCC Group's Research and Intelligence Fusion Team analyze a recent shellcode execution method used by Lazarus Group
NCC Group is today releasing three months of honeypot web traffic data related to the F5 CVE-2020-5902 and Citrix CVE-2020-8193, CVE-2020-8195 and CVE-2020-8196 exploitation events from earlier in 2020. Our objective is to enable all threat intelligence researchers to gain further understanding and contribute back to the community.
Citrix disclosed on July 7th, 2020 a number of vulnerabilities in the Application Delivery Controller. This blog is a summary of what we know as the situation develops.
CVE-2020-5902 was disclosed on June 1, 2020 by F5 Networks in K52145254 as a CVSS 10.0 remote code execution vulnerability in the Big-IP administrative interface. By June 3, 2020 NCC Group observed active exploitation. This blog is a summary of what we know as the situation develops.
Last Update: Marc 19th, 2020 at 11:26 UTC Overview Threat actors attempting to capitalize on current events, pandemics and global anxiety is nothing new, as was previously seen with malicious campaigns related to the 2019 climate strikes and demonstrations as well as the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament. By relying on basic social engineering – … Continue reading Threat Actors: exploiting the pandemic