Monthly Security Digest for the month April
Every month, we are covering the major security events for our clients. Please find an exclusive selection below.
Shade (Troldesh) Ransomware Shuts Down
The operators behind shade (Troldesh) ransomware have shut down its operations and have released more than 75,000 decryption keys that can be used by the victims to decrypt their files. The operators have explained in a short message in GitHub repository explaining as to what led to their decision.
Over 500,000 Zoom Accounts Sold on Dark Web
The credentials of 500,000 Zoom accounts are being sold on the dark web and the hacker forums for less than a penny or given away for free. By using stuffing attacks the credentials are gathered by using accounts that were leaked in earlier data breaches.
APT-32 Targets Chinese Government
FireEye Security Researchers have stated that vietnamese actors APT32 has carried out intrusion campaigns against chinese targets from january to april 2020. The campaign was believed to collect intelligence on the COVID-19 crisis.