Ivanti’s Zero-day Predicament

In January 2024, a critical zero-day exploit sent shockwaves through the cybersecurity landscape. Attackers targeted Ivanti products, exploiting a combination of vulnerabilities that had been published in a company update. Attackers leveraged the attacks, before the updates were implemented, and unleashed devastating widespread attacks worldwide.

In our “Ivanti Zero-Day Combo” Campaign of the Month, we provide deeper insight into the attack, exploring and highlighting the vulnerabilities and relevant attack methods it leveraged.

Past campaigns

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Operation Triangulation

Kaspersky’s discovery of “Operation Triangulation”, a complex cyber-attack leveraging multiple iOS vulnerabilities, has rocked the cybersecurity landscape. This unit delves into Operation Triangulation’s attack chain, […]

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QuasarRat with DLL Sideloading

Quasar is a remote administration tool that allows administrators to connect to and manage remote computers. Over the years, threat actors have modified Quasar to […]

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Scattered Spider

Scattered Spider is a newly discovered threat actor that targets large players in the business enterprise sector. In September of 2023, the group launched a […]

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QuiteRat

The Lazarus Group, a well-known cybercrime group from North Korea, has carried out sophisticated and large-scale attacks over the years. Its high-profile attacks have gained […]

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APT40

Our latest Campaign of the Month, “APT40”, offers a deep dive into this sophisticated and malicious cyber espionage group, covering key topics and areas related […]

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Horabot

The Horabot botnet is a sophisticated threat that has been active for over two years, primarily focusing on targets in the Americas. It uses a […]

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The MOVEit Transfer Vulnerability

Over the last weeks, hundreds of organizations including 2 DOE Agencies, were impacted by ransomware attacks, as a result of the the MOVEit Transfer Vulnerability, […]

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Apt35

APT35 (also known as Charming Kitten, Phosphorus, Newscaster, and more) is an Iranian state-sponsored cyber-espionage group that primarily targets governmental organizations, defense contractors, research institutions, […]

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Outlook – Out

In March 2023, Microsoft published a critical update notifying users of a vulnerability affecting Microsoft Outlook. This vulnerability (CVE-2023-23397) is exploitable by attackers on Windows-based […]

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Beep Malware

Only recently discovered, “Beep” malware is already making headlines in the world of cybersecurity. Designed to fly under the radar of security software with a […]

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ChatGPT

ChatGPT: The Hacker’s New Best Friend? Frequently in the news, ChatGPT has become the fastest-growing consumer application in history. The Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool is […]

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Agent Tesla

Agent Tesla, a leading malware threat to organizations, has the ability to steal sensitive information and is continuing to evolve and spread. It is offered […]

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AWS Lambda

AWS Lambda, one of AWS’ 200 outstanding services, is an event-driven, serverless computing platform that allows you to run code for applications and backend services […]

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Adversary in the Middle

Multifactor Authentication (MFA) is a popular and crucial security concept used by organizations worldwide. However, it is not invulnerable. A good example of threats to […]

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Exchange ProxyNotShell Vulnerability

In early August 2022, the Vietnam-based Cybersecurity company GTSC, discovered a zero-day vulnerability in the Microsoft Exchange platform, which received the name “ProxyNotShell”. The Zero […]

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Shikata-Ga-Nai

Metasploit is one of the most widely used exploit frameworks globally; threat actors, penetration testers and red teams alike use it, as it is completely […]

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GoWebfuscator

In the never-ending war between cyber criminals and defense teams across the globe, adversaries continue to develop innovative methods to penetrate organizations. One of the […]

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Cuba Ransomware

“Tropical Scorpius”, a group of threat actors associated with the Cuba Ransomware (aka COLDDRAW), was recently observed deploying the malware with previously undocumented tactics, techniques, […]

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ChromeLoader

ChromeLoader, aka, ChoziosiLoader, is part of the browser hijacker malware family and targets both Windows and macOS. First discovered in February, it is well-known in […]

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Magniber via fake Windows updates

Magnibar via Fake Windows Updates

Over the past few months, reports about Magniber ransomware infections have been increasing worldwide. Social engineering methods for delivering Magniber have become increasingly sophisticated over […]

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Brute Ratel C4

On May 19th, 2022, a malware sample uploaded to VirusTotal containing malicious payload, Brute Ratel C4, went undetected by all 56 antiviruses that evaluated it. […]

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BluStealer

BluStealer

BluStealer, first detected in May 2021 by Twitter user James_inthe_box, is an information-stealing malware with the ability to steal cyrpto wallet data, swap crypto addresses […]

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Matanbuchus – malware-as-a-service

Matanbuchus is a malware-as-a-service that first surfaced back in 2021 but has since resurfaced; threat researchers recently discovered a malicious phishing campaign that spreads the […]

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Symbiote Malware

Intezer and the BlackBerry Research and Intelligence Team recently published their comprehensive research on Symbiote, a highly evasive Linux malware. Appropriately named after the biological […]

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Conti – Ransomware as a service program

Conti is a ransomware-as-a-service program and is one of the most prolific ransomwares of the past year. In what is believed to have been an […]

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Interview – BCC Grupo Cajamar – ICL

Out of over 200 teams, BCC Grupo Cajamar’s cyber defense team, “Blue’s Boys”, was one of only 13 teams to make it to the finals. […]

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And the next stop is – root privileges!

And the next stop is – root privileges! Microsoft has recently discovered several vulnerabilities, collectively referred to as Nimbuspwn. This lethal combination could allow an […]

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Jester Stealer

Jester Stealer – the clown that will make you cry.

Microsoft’s recently discovered vulnerabilities, collectively referred to as ‘Nimbuspwn’, could allow attackers to elevate privileges to root level privileges (the highest level privileges e.g., administrator) […]

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The End of TrickBot

The malware of many tricks and no treats In 2016, the threat group Wizard Spider developed TrickBot – a highly modular banking trojan believed to […]

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