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Threat analysis study

Threat analysis study: Nobelium

Posted on 09/08/2022, by INCIBE
Nobelium es la denominación de Microsoft para un grupo de atacantes que, según la atribución llevada a cabo por la Agencia de Seguridad de Infraestructura y Ciberseguridad (CISA) de Estados Unidos, pertenecen al Servicio de Inteligencia Exterior (SRV) de Rusia. Este grupo criminal es conocido por el ataque a la cadena de suministro de SolarWinds, y una campaña masiva de phishing haciéndose pasar por una empresa de desarrollo estadounidense.
Command and control post

C&C: models, function and measures

Posted on 08/18/2022, by Ricardo del Rio García (INCIBE)
This post explains the infrastructure of command and control (C&C), describing what an attack consists of, related terminology, actions undertaken by attackers, models, general function and preventative measures, detection and response to this threat.
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Threat analysis study: Grandoreiro

Posted on 06/02/2022, by INCIBE
Grandoreiro, also known as Delephant, is a banking trojan from South America, which has spread its operations to other regions, especially Europe, including Spain and Portugal. According to ESET researchers, it has been active since 2015, affecting countries in Latin America, mainly Brazil, where it was developed.
Cybersecurity measures from a global perspective

Cybersecurity measures from a global perspective

Posted on 03/11/2022, by INCIBE
An adequate level of cybersecurity and cyberresilience is essential to keep assets safe from possible cyberattacks. This is why INCIBE-CERT has listed a set of measures and good practices that are valid for any need that affects cybersecurity.
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Threat analysis study: Hive

Posted on 12/20/2021, by INCIBE
The malicious code of the ransomware known as ‘Hive’ represents a threat to all users, as it implements encryption functionalities on the information in an infected computer, making simple recovery of the data impossible. This threat attempts to use extortion to recover the information, demanding a payment and threatening publication of part of the stolen information on a blog through the network Tor if the payment is not forthcoming.
New generation antivirus

New generation antivirus applied to OT environments

Posted on 10/28/2021, by INCIBE
The new generations of antiviruses may entail an improvement in the OT environment, since special care must be taken with the assets, networks and communications of Industrial Control Systems. They can also help secure our industries against the increasingly frequent cyberattacks directed against them.
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Threat analysis study: Anatsa

Posted on 07/05/2021, by INCIBE
Anatsa is a banking Trojan designed for Android devices that has become particularly relevant since its discovery in January 2021. Throughout the study, a detailed technical analysis of the threat is carried out using a sample of the malicious code in question to show how this malware behaves and the possibilities it offers.
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Threat analysis studies: Mekotio, FluBot, Cring and WannaMine

Posted on 04/15/2021, by INCIBE
Various studies with threat analysis or malware distribution campaigns affecting Spain and identified through incident management undertaken by INCIBE-CERT. The aim is to increase knowledge of the more technical details and characteristics of the threats so that organisations can implement appropriate detection and protection measures.
INCIBE-CERT technical webinars

INCIBE-CERT technical webinars

Posted on 09/24/2020, by INCIBE
With the aim of increasing cybersecurity knowledge, INCIBE-CERT has published a series of webinars in video format, so that, in a light and entertaining way, knowledge and technical aspects of cybersecurity can be expanded in various areas of interest, for both INCIBE-CERT's technical audience and anyone interested in cybersecurity.

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