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Posted by Hido Cohen & Arnold Osipov on September 5, 2023

Exclusive: Morphisec Threat Labs identified Chae$ 4, an advanced and previously unknown variant of the Chaes malware. Read this post for an abstract of the findings. 

Download the full Cha$ 4 technical analysis containing exclusive details of the...

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Posted by Arnold Osipov on June 29, 2023

Since April, Morphisec Labs has been closely monitoring an active GuLoader campaign that primarily focuses on law firms, along with healthcare and investment firms, specifically within the United States. GuLoader, also known as Cloudeye, has been...

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Posted by Arnold Osipov and Michael Dereviashkin on April 18, 2023

The Aurora stealer is a notorious Golang-based information stealer that's been gaining popularity from the end of 2022 through the first quarter of 2023. The Morphisec Threat Labs team has been tracing its activities using our prevention telemetry...

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Posted by Arnold Osipov on March 7, 2023

Starting in November 2022, Morphisec has been tracking an advanced info stealer we have named “SYS01 stealer.” SYS01 stealer uses similar lures and loading techniques to another information stealer recently dubbed S1deload by the Bitdefender group,...

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Posted by Morphisec Labs on December 7, 2022

During November, Morphisec identified a brand-new variant of Babuk ransomware while investigating a customer's prevention event. Babuk was first discovered at the beginning of 2021, when it began targeting businesses to steal and encrypt data in...

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Posted by Morphisec Labs on September 22, 2022

A non-fungible token (NFT) is a record on a blockchain associated with a digital or physical asset—usually a digital file such as a photo, video, or audio. An NFT’s ownership is recorded in the blockchain, and it can be sold and traded. NFTs differ...

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Posted by Hido Cohen & Arnold Osipov on August 11, 2022

The DoNot Team (a.k.a APT-C-35) are advanced persistent threat actors who’ve been active since at least 2016. They’ve targeted many attacks against individuals and organizations in South Asia. DoNot are reported to be the main developers and users...

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Posted by Morphisec Labs on July 6, 2022

To help protect the public, Morphisec Labs constantly monitors, investigates, and assesses the latest threats to help organizations avoid serious consequences. In recent months, threats involving infostealers have escalated. This report analyzes six...

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Posted by Hido Cohen on May 12, 2022

With 50% more users last year than in 2020, the number of people using the community chat platform Discord is growing at a blistering pace. This has led cybercriminals to refine and expand malicious attack use cases for the platform. In this threat...

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Posted by Arnold Osipov on March 29, 2022

The Morphisec Labs team has conducted research on the new Mars infostealer. Mars is based on the older Oski Stealer and was first discovered in June 2021. The new Mars is available for sale on several underground forums and is reported to be under...

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Posted by Hido Cohen & Arnold Osipov on February 14, 2022

With examples changing hands for up to $69 million, hosting digital content on blockchain and selling it to investors has become one of the most lucrative things creators can do. And as rock stars, international artists, and even politicians keep...

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Posted by Michael Dereviashkin on January 25, 2022

Morphisec, through its breach prevention with Moving Target Defense technology, has identified a new, sophisticated campaign delivery which has been successfully evading the radar of many security vendors. Through a simple email phishing tactic...

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Posted by Hido Cohen & Arnold Osipov on November 23, 2021

The cryptocurrency market is now worth more than $2.5 trillion. Unfortunately, this fact is not lost on threat actors. As well as using cryptocurrency themselves to extract ransoms, cybercriminals are now also tailoring malware to exploit the...

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Posted by Hido Cohen & Michael Dereviashkin on October 28, 2021
  • The Go language is becoming increasingly popular among threat actors, with attacks starting to appear in 2019
  • Morphisec Labs has tracked a new Golang-based (1.17) ransomware variant that appeared starting in late September and continued...
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Posted by Arnold Osipov on October 14, 2021
  • Morphisec Labs tracked a new MirrorBlast campaign targeting financial services organizations 
  • MirrorBlast is delivered via a phishing email that contains malicious links which download a weaponized Excel document
  • MirrorBlast has low detections on...
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Posted by Nadav Lorber on September 21, 2021

In 2020, Morphisec introduced the Jupyter infostealer, a .NET attack that primarily targets Chromium, Firefox, and Chrome browser data while also maintaining the additional capabilities of a backdoor. 

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Posted by Morphisec Labs on July 5, 2021

On July 2, 2021, our Cloud Workload Protection Platform, Morphisec Keep, successfully identified and prevented a REvil ransomware infection in customer domains. This attack was automatically blocked in real time due to Morphisec's proactive...

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Posted by Michael Gorelik on June 2, 2021

In the past month, Morphisec has investigated the origin of several increasingly prevalent infostealers. These include Redline, Taurus, Tesla, and Amadey.

As part of our research, we identified pay-per-click (PPC) ads in Google’s search results that...

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Posted by Arnold Osipov on May 14, 2021

The Morphisec Labs team has been tracking an ongoing RAT delivery campaign that started in February this year. This campaign is unique in its heavy use of the AutoHotKey scripting language—a fork of the AutoIt language frequently used for testing...

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Posted by Nadav Lorber on May 7, 2021

Morphisec has recently monitored a highly sophisticated Crypter-as-a-Service that delivers numerous RAT families onto target machines.

The Crypter is most commonly delivered through phishing emails, which lead to the download of a visual basic...

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