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Malware strikes when the target downloads the files from a compromised email.
12:30, 04 June 2021
This wave of attacks targeted approximately 3,000 email accounts at more than 150 different organizations.
15:40, 28 May 2021
Phishing efforts were pursued through WhatsApp.
15:15, 23 April 2021
The campaign first appeared in January and ran through at least mid-March,
16:30, 21 April 2021
The UK backs the actions announced by U.S. President Biden in response to Russia's recent activity.
12:20, 16 April 2021
The U.S. response would likely comprise several elements, including sanctions targeting Russian President Vladimir Putin's entourage.
10:15, 08 April 2021
Russian hackers are said to be behind the attack due to the sophistication of the hack.
22:59, 28 March 2021
The covert cyber operations will be combined with new sanctions, sources say.
16:40, 08 March 2021
The tools and tactics applied suggest it's one of Russia's cyber-espionage groups that stands behind the breach attempt.
12:45, 24 February 2021
Russia looks uninterested in cooperation with the EU.
22:59, 22 February 2021
It will include a "mix of tools seen and unseen."
11:55, 22 February 2021
The cyberattack has been ongoing for several days already.
21:45, 18 February 2021
He pleaded guilty to committing wire fraud.
19:00, 13 February 2021
The attack is very similar to the Ransom: Win32/Petya attack that occurred in Ukraine in 2017.
16:40, 14 December 2020
Russian group Fancy Bear and North Korean groups Zinc and Cerium were implicated in recent incidents.
17:25, 14 November 2020
The site is being attacked for the second day in a row.
12:45, 10 November 2020
The Ukrainian government says it trusts findings of a U.S. probe into Russia's cyber crimes.
12:50, 21 October 2020
The full extent of damage has not been revealed to the public.
19:30, 14 October 2020
The group has compromised government entities, including militaries and foreign ministries, as well as private companies, across Eastern Europe and the Balkans.
18:20, 03 October 2020
Microsoft records over 13,000 gov't-supported cyber attacks over two years, most originating in RussiaAmong other major actors are Iran, China, and North Korea.
16:30, 30 September 2020