How SOAR plus threat intelligence empowers security operations teamsJun 08, 2021
Intel 471 celebrates launch of Palo Alto’s Cortex XSOAR Threat Intelligence Management 2.0.
The blurry boundaries between nation-state actors and the cybercrime undergroundJun 08, 2021
Intel 471 has seen a slow and steady change in behavior where nation-states are incorporating the cybercrime underground to achieve their goals more than ever before.
Alleged REvil member says gang has no fear over U.S. government’s major ransomware focusJun 04, 2021
REvil says it’s doubling its focus on U.S. targets as the country's government intensifies its focus on stopping ransomware attacks.
Call for crimes? Russian-language forum runs contest for cryptocurrency hacksJun 02, 2021
Criminals are starting to target the underlying infrastructure that powers cryptocurrency-based systems.
Look how many cybercriminals love Cobalt StrikeMay 19, 2021
Cobalt Strike has become a very common second-stage payload for many malware campaigns across many malware families.
Cybercriminals have so many schemes aimed at your credentialsMay 17, 2021
Credentials are a core enabler of cybercriminals' ability to establish and perpetuate their operations.
The moral underground? Ransomware operators retreat after Colonial Pipeline hackMay 14, 2021
The ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline has caused a lot of trouble in the United States. It looks as if that trouble has made its way back to the cybercrime underground.