Fake job listings help suspected Iranian hackers aim at targets in Lebanon
They're using fake job documents to target victims.
After U.S. kills Iranian general, analysts warn of Tehran’s ability to retaliate in cyberspace
Iran could leverage its considerable hacking capabilities, which it has built up in recent years, to disrupt U.S. organizations.
IBM sounds alarm about more data-wiping malware from Iran
The new research is the latest indication of Iran’s disruptive capabilities in cyberspace.
How companies – and the hackers themselves – could respond to the OilRig leak
An unknown person or group started doxing the people behind OilRig sometime last month.
Cybersecurity researchers identify new variants of APT34 malware
A Booz Allen research team developed an advanced technique to detect and block variations of malware infections attributed to suspected nation-state cyber-espionage group.
Hacking group turns Microsoft Office flaw into an exploit in less than a week
APT34 has been especially active since mid-2016, based on publicly available research authored by analysts with FireEye and Kaspersky Lab.