Threat Intelligence Archives - Intezer
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ChinaZ Updates Toolkit by Introducing New, Undetected Malware

Introduction ChinaZ is a Chinese cybercrime group and the author of several DDoS malware. We have profiled this group in a previous...

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Exploring the Chinese DDoS Threat Landscape [Research Report]

Distributed denial-of-service attacks were on the rise in 2018 and continuing into 2019, ranging from a high volume of Mirai attacks to...

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Intezer Analyze Community: Buhtrap, Divergent, Kronos, and More

In this month’s community highlights we see a range of malware types, including banking trojans, exploit kits, and nation-state sponsored threats. 1)...

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Intezer Analyze Community Halloween Edition: Trickbot or Treat!

In the spirit of Halloween we’re spotlighting three “spooky” threats detected by the Intezer Analyze community in October. And as a special...

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Russian Cybercrime Group FullofDeep Behind QNAPCrypt Ransomware Campaigns

Introduction We previously reported on how we managed to temporarily shut down 15 operative QNAPCrypt ransomware campaigns targeting Linux-based file storage systems...

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Intezer and IBM Resilient Integrate to Enrich Threat Investigations with Genetic Malware Analysis

I am pleased to highlight the new integration between Intezer Analyze™ and IBM Resilient. The integration enables users of both platforms to...

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Genetic Malware Analysis Use Cases: Government Agencies

Key Takeaways Genetic Malware Analysis technology, based on identifying code similarities to known software, helps government agencies address the following cybersecurity challenges:...

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Technical Analysis: Pacha Group Deploying Undetected Cryptojacking Campaigns on Linux Servers

Introduction Cryptomining malware, also known as cryptojacking or cryptocurrency mining malware, refers to software developed to take over a computer’s resources and...

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Pacha Group, A New Threat Actor Deploying Undetected Cryptojacking Campaigns on Linux Servers

Key Takeaways: • Intezer has evidence of a new threat actor, calling it Pacha Group, which has been deploying undetected cryptojacking campaigns...

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