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[SANS ISC] How is Ukrainian internet holding up during the Russian invasion?, (Wed, Apr 13th)

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The current war in Ukraine has from the beginning had a strong “cyber” component to it. Even in the lead up to the actual invasion of Russian forces into Ukrainian territories there have been significant attacks made against Ukrainian systems, most notably with the use of the WhisperGate wiper[1], and offensive activities targeting Ukraine’s infrastructure have […]

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Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2021-03-25

Supon vuosikirja 2020: Terrorismin uhka-arviossa näkyy äärioikeiston muuttunut tilannekuva supo.fi/-/supon-vuosikirja-2020-terrorismin-uhka-arviossa-nakyy-aarioikeiston-muuttunut-tilannekuva Terrorismin uhka Suomessa on edelleen tasolla kaksi eli kohonnut. Suurin muutos on tapahtunut äärioikeistolaisen terrorismin tilannekuvassa. Koronapandemia vaikutti kybervakoilun kasvuun. Suojelupoliisi havaitsi poikkeuksellisen intensiivisiä valtiollisia kybervakoiluyrityksiä, jotka kohdistuivat Suomen ulko- ja turvallisuuspoliittisen päätöksenteon valmisteluun. Cybersecurity: Council adopts conclusions on the EU’s cybersecurity strategy www.consilium.europa.eu/en/press/press-releases/2021/03/22/cybersecurity-council-adopts-conclusions-on-the-eu-s-cybersecurity-strategy/ The […]

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[HackerNews] New CapraRAT Android Malware Targets Indian Government and Military Personnel

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A politically motivated advanced persistent threat (APT) group has expanded its malware arsenal to include a new remote access trojan (RAT) in its espionage attacks aimed at Indian military and diplomatic entities. Called CapraRAT by Trend Micro, the implant is an Android RAT that exhibits a high “degree of crossover” with another Windows malware known as CrimsonRAT […]

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