Congratulations to Our Award-Winning CMO, Meira Primes!

Congratulations to Our Award-Winning CMO, Meira Primes!

Laurie Ben-Haim | 04 Nov 2021
On behalf of all of us at Cybersixgill, I would like to congratulate our Chief Marketing Officer, Meira Primes, on being recognized for her professional excellence by the 2021 Women in Business and the Professions World Awards. Meira has been announced as a Gold Globee winner, with the title of Top Woman of the Year […]
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How an MSSP Discovered a Compromised RDP Sold in a Dark Web Access Market

How an MSSP Discovered a Compromised RDP Sold in a Dark Web Access Market

Dov Lerner | 26 Oct 2021
This past June, CyberProof, an MSSP using Cybersixgill’s Investigative Portal, was approached by a client who had been targeted by a ransomware attack. Noa Raz, CyberProof’s Senior CTI analyst, understood that the ransomware group behind the attack had exploited compromised RDP connections as a means for establishing initial network access. This is in fact a […]
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For Business or for Banter: Who Roams the Dark Web? (and Why?)

For Business or for Banter: Who Roams the Dark Web? (and Why?)

Dov Lerner | 04 Oct 2021
We traced the digital footprints left by underground threat actors and made an interesting discovery: a correlation between why an actor uses a forum and how often the actor posts. What does this mean, and how can this intel help intelligence analysts in their investigations?
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Underground Financial Fraud H1-2021

Underground Financial Fraud H1-2021

Edan Cohen | 13 Sep 2021
In the cybercriminal underground, data is money. For fraudsters, financial account data - traded as dumps or CVVs - is akin to striking oil. Just how profitable has 2021 been for the world's 3rd largest economy in the first 6 months of 2021?
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Behind the Meteoric Rise of OpenBullet

Behind the Meteoric Rise of OpenBullet

Michael Angelo Zummo | 05 Sep 2021
A powerful, open-source penetration testing tool has become the password cracker of choice on the dark web, and its users are increasingly focused on getting access ...
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ToxicEye Shows Messaging Apps Can Be a Gateway to Cyberattacks

ToxicEye Shows Messaging Apps Can Be a Gateway to Cyberattacks

Michael Angelo Zummo | 09 Aug 2021
A Remote Access Trojan (RAT) dubbed ‘ToxicEye’ continues to maintain wide popularity in the underground three years after its initial release. This malware, used to infect devices via the Telegram messaging app, provides threat actors complete control over a victim’s device.
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Hardware Spoofing Lets Gamers Evade Cheating Bans

Hardware Spoofing Lets Gamers Evade Cheating Bans

Michael Angelo Zummo | 25 May 2021
For $65 per year, you can cheat all you want in video games. You might think gaming and esports are harmless arenas where young people get to blow off some steam and have fun. Esports are big business, with professional gamers and streamers competing for cash or the eyeballs of fans (and the endorsements that […]
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2020 in Review: The Deep and Dark Web Got Deeper and Darker

2020 in Review: The Deep and Dark Web Got Deeper and Darker

Dov Lerner | 02 Feb 2021
The coronavirus tremendously impacted the cyber underground. This report takes a bird's eye view on dark web activity in 2020.
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Cybercriminals Shift Tactics as COVID-19 & Law Enforcement Put Crunch on Credit Card Fraud

Cybercriminals Shift Tactics as COVID-19 & Law Enforcement Put Crunch on Credit Card Fraud

Yuval Ben-David | 28 Jan 2021
Illicit markets dealing in stolen credit card information have needed to shift tactics as COVID-19 and law enforcement put a crunch on credit card fraud.
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‘Tis the Season: Fraudsters Have All the (Re)fun(d)

‘Tis the Season: Fraudsters Have All the (Re)fun(d)

Yuval Ben-David | 24 Nov 2020
Return fraud has risen as consumers have turned to online shopping amid the pandemic and is expected to spike as retailers rush to meet holiday demand.
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