ESET research into malware taking aim at air-gapped networks – Dissecting a backdoor hitting high-profile targets in Asia – WannaCryptor three years later
This week, ESET researchers published their findings about a previously unreported cyber-espionage toolkit that they dubbed Ramsay and that is designed to compromise, and steal documents from, air-gapped networks. In another research effort, this time together with Avast, ESET experts released their analysis of Mikroceen, a RAT taking aim at multiple government agencies and organizations operating in critical infrastructure in Central Asia. Three years after wreaking unprecedented havoc on computer systems worldwide, WannaCryptor remains a global threat, as shown by data from ESET’s lab. All this – and more – on WeLiveSecurity.com.