[SecurityWeek] After Nation-State Hackers, Cybercriminals Also Add Sliver Pentest Tool to Arsenal

The cybercriminal group tracked as TA551 recently showed a significant change in tactics with the addition of the open-source pentest tool Sliver to its arsenal, according to cybersecurity firm Proofpoint.

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[HackerNews] Experts Uncover Malware Attacks Targeting Corporate Networks in Latin America

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Cybersecurity researchers on Thursday took the wraps off a new, ongoing espionage campaign targeting corporate networks in Spanish-speaking countries, specifically Venezuela, to spy on its victims. Dubbed “Bandidos” by ESET owing to the use of an upgraded variant of Bandook malware, the primary targets of the threat actor are corporate networks in the South American […]

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[SecurityWeek] ThreatLocker Raises $100 Million for Zero Trust Endpoint Security Solution

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Zero Trust endpoint security provider ThreatLocker this week announced that it has raised $100 million in Series C funding, which brings the total investment in the company to $124.4 million. The new funding round was led by General Atlantic, with additional investment from Arthur Ventures and Elephant VC. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS […]

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