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OpenSSH Trojan Campaign Targets IoT and Linux Systems
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OpenSSH Trojan Campaign Targets IoT and Linux Systems

Security experts have identified a sophisticated assault operation that targets Linux-based systems and Internet of Things (IoT) devices by utilizing both open-source and bespoke tools. In a recent blog post, Microsoft claimed that the attackers used a modified version of OpenSSH to take over infected systems and install crypto mining software. An established criminal infrastructure is behind the attack campaign, and its command and control (C2) server is a Southeast Asian financial institution's subdomain read more OpenSSH Trojan Campaign Targets IoT and Linux Systems. Stay one step ahead of cyber threats with ReconBee.com. Explore our comprehensive coverage of recent cyber attacks, cybersecurity awareness, and the latest cybersecurity news to safeguard your digital world.
New Malware Campaign Leveraging Satacom Downloader to Steal Cryptocurrency
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New Malware Campaign Leveraging Satacom Downloader to Steal Cryptocurrency

It has been discovered that a recent malware campaign used the Satacom downloader as a delivery mechanism to spread covert malware capable of stealing cryptocurrencies using a rogue extension for Chromium-based browsers. According to Kaspersky researchers Haim Zigel and Oleg Kupreev, the malware installed by the Satacom downloader is primarily designed to steal BTC from the victim's account by performing web injections into specific cryptocurrency websites. Users of Coinbase, Bybit, KuCoin, Huobi, and Binance who are mostly in Brazil, Algeria, Turkey, Vietnam, Indonesia, India, Egypt, and Mexico are the campaign's target audience. The Legion Loader, also known as the Satacom Downloader read more Malware Campaign Leveraging Satacom Downloader to Steal Cryptocurrency. Stay one s...
Indian Government Launches Stay Safe Online Campaign to Raise Cybersecurity Awareness
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Indian Government Launches Stay Safe Online Campaign to Raise Cybersecurity Awareness

As part of India's G20 presidency, the country's minister of electronics and information technology, Ashwini Vaishnaw, has started a new campaign dubbed "Stay Safe Online." Given the widespread usage of social media platforms and the growing acceptance of digital payments in India, this campaign tries to educate people about the significance of remaining safe online. The goal of the campaign is to educate people of all ages about the dangers of cyberattacks and arm them with the information they need to stay safe online. "India adheres to the inclusiveness movement. India's sizeable population and free, public digital platforms like UPI and Aadhaar have facilitated social and economic inclusion and encouraged innovation. The two campaigns that were started today think in a humanitarian...