The Wolf Is Back…
Cisco Talos has discovered a new Android malware based on a leak of the DenDroid malware family. We named this malware “WolfRAT” due to strong links between this malware (and the command and control (C2) infrastructure) and Wolf Research, an infamous organization that developed interception and espionage-based malware and was publicly described by CSIS during VirusBulletin […]
Stay Connected in Digital Spaces with OpenRoaming
Enabling customers, guests, and employees to automatically join wireless networks without passwords is good. Identifying their location, in real-time, to provide them with a personalized experience is even better.
ExileRAT shares C2 with LuckyCat, targets Tibet
Cisco Talos recently observed a malware campaign delivering malicious Microsoft PowerPoint document using a mailing list run by the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA), an organization officially representing the Tibetan government-in-exile....
Persian Stalker pillages Iranian users of Instagram and Telegram
State-sponsored actors have a number of different techniques at their disposal to remotely gain access to social media and secure messaging applications. Starting in 2017 and continuing through 2018, Cisco...
Fake AV Investigation Unearths KevDroid, New Android Malware
Talos identified two variants of the Android Remote Administration Tool (RAT) with the capability to steal information on the compromised device (contacts, SMS and phone history) and record phone calls.
The Mobile Workspace For Collaboration
The first thing you may wonder is how can you have a mobile workspace. After all, the point of being mobile is that you can be anywhere and if you’re anywhere, you may not have a physical workspace. This means your accessories must also be mobile. They should fit in your pockets, or at least […]
Welcome to the Network: Wi-Fi Wearables
It’s no surprise that wearable devices are increasingly Wi-Fi enabled. With Apple’s recent announcement of Wi-Fi support for Apple Watch and rumors that Google will bring Wi-Fi capabilities to Android Wear, wireless connectivity will continue to drive changes in the way we work and play. As more employees opt to use wearable devices in their […]
Project Squared: You Asked, We Listened
When we launched Project Squared in November of 2014, one of the things that was really important to us was to listen to our customers, and to use the things we heard to adjust the experience. We established several “listening posts” – ways for us to get feedback. Analytics and metrics were one way. Another […]