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Week in security with Tony Anscombe

DanaBot operators have been expanding the malware’s scope with new spam-sending capability. ESET researchers discovered a set of previously undocumented Linux malware families based on OpenSSH. Plus fitness-tracking apps use dodgy in-app payments to steal money from unaware iPhone and iPad users

The Dark Side of the ForSSHe

ESET researchers discovered a set of previously undocumented Linux malware families based on OpenSSH. In the white paper, “The Dark Side of the ForSSHe”, they release analysis of 21 malware families to improve the prevention, detection and remediation of such threats

Sednit: What’s going on with Zebrocy?

In August 2018, Sednit’s operators deployed two new Zebrocy components, and since then we have seen an uptick in Zebrocy deployments, with targets in Central Asia, as well as countries in Central and Eastern Europe, notably embassies, ministries of foreign affairs, and diplomats