Weekly Threat Briefing: Data Breach, APT Group, Cerberus, Malware and More


The various threat intelligence stories in this iteration of the Weekly Threat Briefing discuss the following topics: APT, Data breach, Colbalt Strike, Lazarus, Misconfigured Tools, and OilRig. The IOCs related to these stories are attached to the Weekly Threat Briefing 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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Cerberus Banking Trojan Team Breaks Up, Source Code Goes to Auction


(published: July 27, 2020)


Android banking trojan, Cerberus has been put up for sale by the malware’s developer. The trojan, which uses overlays to phish banking credentials from users, has been listed with a starting price of $50,000. The operator of Cerberus claims the purchaser will receive the source code, module code, admin panel code, along with the current customer database with a monthly profit of $10,000. The sale of Cerberus is allegedly due to the development team breaking up.Recommendation: Users should be cautious when downloading Android applications, with malicious apps occasionally bypassing Google Play Store protections. It is crucial that all permissions of an application be examined prior to download.Tags: Android Malware, Cerberus, Mobile Malware


Source Code from Dozens of Companies Leaked Online


(published: July 27, 2020)


Source code from a wide range of companies have been leaked due to misconfigured tools. Identified by Tillie Kottmann, the companies include Adobe, Disney, Lenovo, Microsoft, Motorola, Nintendo, among many others. Within the source code the de ..