British police recently arrested seven people, aged 16 to 21, as part of its investigation into the group of Okta hackers known as Lapsus$.
PYSA ransomware is a piece of malware from an unknown APT group. It attacks what the FBI calls “soft targets.”
Entities in Ukraine have been targeted by hackers that wipe hard drives of all data. An investigation from PCMag reveals what has happened.
The FBI and Secret Service have seen signs of BlackByte ransomware attacking at least three critical infrastructure sectors in the U.S.
The FBI has issued a flash report this week that details indicators of compromise (IOC) linked to LockBit 2.0 ransomware.
The Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) announced on Friday that it has arrested 14 members of the REvil ransomware group.
Finalsite is a company that helps schools with websites. In a statement, it says it was hit by a ransomware attack on Tuesday, January 4.
The New York Times writes how the U.S. government has traced ransomware payments to an address in Federation Tower East in Moscow, Russia.
That this high-rise in Moscow’s financial district has emerged as an apparent hub of such money laundering has convinced many security experts that the Russian authorities tolerate ransomware operators. The targets are almost exclusively outside Russia, they point out, and in at least one case documented in a U.S. sanctions announcement, the suspect was assisting a Russian espionage agency.