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APT Group Lazarus Exploits High Severity Flaw in Dell Driver
October 5, 2022

APT Group Lazarus Exploits High Severity Flaw in Dell Driver

The state-sponsored Lazarus group has been using a new strategy called Bring Your Own Vulnerable Driver (BYOVD) attack. The group was observed using a vulnerability in the Dell firmware driver to install a Windows rootkit. The high-severity flaw is tracked… Continue Reading

Comm100 Installer Abused in Supply Chain Attack to Distribute Malware
October 4, 2022

Comm100 Installer Abused in Supply Chain Attack to Distribute Malware  

The Comm100 Live Chat application was subject to a supply chain attack in the very last days of September. A trojanized installer was used in the attack, which led to the distribution of a JavaScript… Continue Reading

SolarMarker Distributes Malware Via Fake Chrome Updates
October 3, 2022

SolarMarker Distributes Malware Via Fake Chrome Updates

Threat actors related to SolarMarker strike with watering hole attacks as a new method of delivering malware rather than the previously used SEO poisoning method. In this new approach, they used fake Google Chrome updates… Continue Reading

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