Hacker Forum Contest Gives $100K for New Ways to Steal Digital AssetsJun 02, 2021
The administrator of a Russian-speaking cybercriminal forum has held a contest for the community to share uncommon methods to target cryptocurrency-related technology.
For the Advancement of Theft: Black Hat Cons Issue Call for Papers as Part of Criminal ForumJun 02, 2021
The entry period just ended for a Russian criminal hacker forum’s call for papers to advance the science of stealing, with the best submissions receiving cash prizes.
Cybercriminals Hold $115,000-Prize Contest to Find New Cryptocurrency HacksJun 02, 2021
A top Russian-language underground forum has been running a "contest" for the past month, calling on its community to submit "unorthodox" ways to conduct cryptocurrency attacks.
Russian Underground Forums Launch Competitions for Cryptocurrency, NFT HacksJun 02, 2021
Cybercriminals in underground forums have been soliciting techniques for compromising cryptocurrency services.
5 Minutes with Jason Passwaters - What Cyberthreat Intelligence can Learn From the MilitaryMay 27, 2021
Threat Intelligence has become a bucket for a lot of things – from Indicators of Compromise (IOC), to malware reverse engineering, to deep and dark web scans.
Collaboration Between Network Access Brokers and Ransomware Actors DeepensMay 20, 2021
In this Help Net Security podcast, Brandon Hoffman, CISO at Intel 471, discusses about the increased collaboration between network access brokers (NAB) and ransomware operators, and how they funcion it today’s threat landscape.
This is How the Cobalt Strike Penetration Testing Tool is Being Abused by CybercriminalsMay 19, 2021
New research shows how Cobalt Strike is being weaponized in campaigns deploying malware ranging from the Trickbot banking Trojan to Bazar.
Hackers Behind Colonial Pipeline Attack Reportedly Received $90 Million in Bitcoin Before Shutting DownMay 18, 2021
DarkSide, the hacker group behind the recent Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, received a total of $90 million in bitcoin ransom payments before shutting down last week, according to new research.