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Researchers suggest Gorgon Group behind hacking spree that abused Bit.ly and Blogspot functionalities
The campaign may have originated with hackers in Pakistan.
How nation-state hacking groups are changing their TTPs
Jen Miller-Osborn, Deputy Director of Threat Intelligence for Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42, breaks down all of the research their unit has issued with regard to nation-state-linked APTs.
Mirai offshoot offers 'greater firepower' for DDoS attacks, researchers warn
Operators of the new variant have gone after devices that are popular with businesses, such as wireless presentation systems, according to Unit 42.
Cryptojacking malware gets past cloud security programs by uninstalling them
Palo Alto Networks says this type of evasive technique is likely to keep popping up.
APT28-linked trojan being developed in multiple programming languages, research shows
Zebrocy is increasingly seen as a go-to tool for APT28, and it's being written in several coding languages.
Shamoon resurfaces, targeting Italian oil company
The Shamoon virus known for the destructive 2012 attack on Saudi Aramco appears to have hit Italian oil and gas company Saipem.