Screenshot from the report of Unit 42 from the website of Palo Alto Networks

No longer afraid, hackers advertise malware on dark net  

The research unit of Palo Alto Networks conducted an in-depth study of the activity of the WeSupply website on the dark net, on which cybercriminals openly brag about the way in which the WeSteal software exploits vulnerabilities, and even offer a "subscription service" for its use 

Photo: Handout via Reuters

Ransomware attack shuts down largest gas pipeline in US 

In the latest escalation, the system of Colonial Pipeline, which is responsible for almost half of the east coast's fuel supply, has been shut down since Friday in an attempt to minimize damage from the attack. President Biden was briefed, and it was hinted that Russia is involved 

A diagram of an autonomous underwater vehicle from the malicious RTF file. Photo from the report by Cybereason on the company website

Not only the US: Chinese hackers attack Russian defense contractor

The attackers tried to carry out spear phishing by sending emails with a malicious attachment to a general director at the largest submarine design center in Russia. Investigators believe that it was a Chinese attack because of the similarity in tactics and technology to known Chinese groups
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