Iranian Company Cloudzy Accused of Aiding Cybercriminals and Nation-State Hackers

Numerous threat actors, including cybercrime gangs and nation-state teams, are using the services provided by an unknown Iranian company called Cloudzy.

Halcyon stated in a new study released on Tuesday that “Cloudzy is incorporated in the United States, but it almost certainly operates out of Tehran, Iran – possibly in violation of U.S. sanctions – under the direction of someone going by the name Hassan Nozari.”

According to the Texas-based cybersecurity firm, the business serves as a command-and-control provider (C2P), giving attackers access to Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) virtual private servers and other anonymous services that are used by ransomware affiliates and other cybercriminals to carry out their illegal activities read more Iranian Company Cloudzy Accused of Aiding Cybercriminals and Nation State Hackers.

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