By Alberto Pelliccione, CEO – ReaQta The Revil hacker group managed to obtain a 0-Day to gain access to Kaseya VSA, a management software for IT infrastructures, using it as a conduit to spread ransomware to those MSPs using the platform. Supply-chain attacks are extremely effective and such threats are rising in frequency and complexity. […]
Recently, The Financial Times reported that Asian subsidiaries of a French Global insurance company were hit by a latest ransomware attack known as Avaddon. Attackers seized 3TB of data, impacting IT operations in Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong and the Philippines, taking hold of sensitive information like medical records and hospital data. What is Avaddon ransomware […]
A hunting query to identify post-exploitation activities Customized Detection Strategy (DeStra) to detect future exploitation attempts On the 11th of March, Microsoft reported an active exploitation campaign of several zero-day vulnerabilities affecting on-premise versions of Microsoft Exchange Servers allegedly from a state-sponsored adversary, HAFNIUM. The attack starts by exploiting vulnerabilities — CVE-2021-26855, CVE-2021-26857, CVE-2021-26858, and […]
ReaQta Threat Intelligence Team identified the malware used in an exfiltration operation against the defence contractor Leonardo S.p.A. The analysis of the malware, which we dubbed Fujinama, highlights its capabilities for data theft and exfiltration while maintaining a reasonably low-profile.
Dridex is a well-known banking malware that evolves constantly. This time we analyze a new variant that uses an effective technique to bypass security solutions.
Introducing two new additions to the ReaQta suite of solutions, ReaQta-EON and Hive Guard.
ReaQta’s Anti-malware module Hive Guard adds pre-execution dynamic emulation, behavioral heuristics and signature-based prevention combined with a new A.I. based analysis module.
ReaQta has been tracking an extensive and long running spear-phishing campaign, targeting the supply-chain in the Oil & Gas industry, most likely for espionage purposes. The campaign started in 2018 and it’s still running today, with a new wave began on the first week of May. It is carefully prepared and executed, with attackers taking […]
The attack unfolded over 2 days in which the attackers gradually moved deeper into the network after obtaining initial access. The vast majority of operations were carried out using powershell, as opposed to custom tools and malware, in order to maintain a low detection profile. The evaluation goal is to show how tested solutions respond to the attack and what kind of visibility is provided along the entire kill-chain.
Criminal actors are now using a bug in a legitimate driver to launch RobbinHood, a new type of ransomware that can escape detection as it operates at kernel level. Understanding how RobbinHood works is key to understanding how to stop novel kind of attacks relying on trusted components.