Anomali Cyber Watch: MoonBounce, AccessPress, QR Code Scams and More

The various threat intelligence stories in this iteration of the Anomali Cyber Watch discuss the following topics: APT, Linux Malware, Supply-Chain Attacks, Malspam, Phishing, and Vulnerabilities. The IOCs related to these stories are attached to Anomali Cyber Watch and can be used to check your logs for potential malicious activity.

Figure 1 - IOC Summary Charts. These charts summarize the IOCs attached to this magazine and provide a glimpse of the threats discussed.

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FBI Warns Of Malicious QR Codes Used To Steal Your Money

(published: January 23, 2022)

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) recently released a notice that malicious QR codes have been found in the wild. These codes, when scanned, will redirect the victim to a site where they are prompted to enter personal and payment details. The site will then harvest these credentials for cybercriminals to commit fraud and empty bank accounts. This threat vector has been seen in Germany as of December 2021.Analyst Comment: Always be sure to check that emails have been sent from a legitimate source, and that any financial details or method of payment is done through the website. While QR codes are useful and being used by businesses more often, it is easy for cybercriminals to perform this kind of scam. If scanning a physical QR code, ensure the code has not been replaced with a sticker placed on top of the original code. Check the final URL to make sure it is the intended site and looks authentic.MITRE ATT&CK: [MITRE ATT&CK] ..

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