AvosLocker Ransomware Variant Abuses Driver File to Disable Antivirus, Scans for Log4shell

We found an AvosLocker ransomware variant using a legitimate antivirus component to disable detection and blocking solutions. Read More HERE…

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AvosLocker Ransomware Variant Abuses Driver File to Disable Anti-Virus, Scans for Log4shell

We found an AvosLocker ransomware variant using a legitimate anti-virus component to disable detection and blocking solutions. Read More HERE…

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New APT Group Earth Berberoka Targets Gambling Websites With Old and New Malware

We recently found a new advanced persistent threat (APT) group that we have dubbed Earth Berberoka (aka GamblingPuppet). This APT group targets gambling websites on Windows, macOS, and Linux platforms using old and new malware families. Read More HERE…

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How to better manage your digital attack surface risk

As organizations shift to the cloud in droves, their digital attack surface continues to rapidly expand. And with the number of threats rapidly increasing, security leaders need to enhance their attack surface risk management. We explore how a unified cybersecurity platform can help improve your defenses against cyber risk in comparison to point products. Read More HERE…

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New Partner Bit Discovery Helps TM with Attack Surface

We’re excited to partner with Bit Discovery, bringing attack surface discovery capabilities to the Trend Micro One platform, providing ongoing visibility to internal assets (devices, identities, applications) but also external, internet-facing assets. Read More HERE…

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Trend Micro Partnering with Bit Discovery

We’re excited to partner with Bit Discovery, bringing attack surface discovery capabilities to the Trend Micro One platform, providing ongoing visibility to internal assets (devices, identities, applications) but also external, internet-facing assets. Read More HERE…

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Spring4Shell Vulnerability CVE-2022-22965 Exploited to Deploy Cryptocurrency Miners

Recently, we observed the Spring4Shell vulnerability — a remote code execution bug, assigned as CVE-2022-22965 — being actively exploited by malicious actors to deploy cryptocurrency miners. Read More HERE…

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Analyzing Attempts to Exploit the Spring4Shell Vulnerability CVE-2022-22965 to Deploy Cryptocurrency Miners

Recently, we observed attempts to exploit the Spring4Shell vulnerability — a remote code execution bug, assigned as CVE-2022-22965 — by malicious actors to deploy cryptocurrency miners. Read More HERE…

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