The purpose of this study is to provide advanced knowledge about TETRA networks, so that different users can consider this standard for their critical communications, as well as to increase users’ basic knowledge about this type of networks. On the other hand, it defines different types of vulnerabilities that can affect this type of networks and explains how to remedy or mitigate them.
This study briefly describes the origin and threat evolution of the ransomware LockBit 3.0, through the analysis of several malicious samples, with the aim of providing the necessary information to identify the characteristics of this malware, its behaviour and the techniques used, thus enabling a better identification and response to it.
This study briefly describes the origin, background and historical evolution of the Nobelium group, through the analysis of a malicious sample, with the aim of providing the necessary information to identify the characteristics of this threat, its behaviour and the techniques used, thus enabling a better identification and response to it.
This study focuses on the Grandoreiro banking trojan from South America that has spread its operations to other regions, principally Europe, including Spain and Portugal.
This study focuses on the Hive malicious code, a type of ransomware that is increasingly relevant and linked to different campaigns.
This study focuses on the harmful Anatsa code, a trojan especially designed for Android devices that has been present in multiple fraudulent SMS schemes since 2020, in which logistics companies are impersonated in an attempt to get the user to install a malicious application.
This study focuses on the malicious code FluBot, a Trojan specially designed for Android devices and which has been present in multiple fraudulent SMS campaigns since 2020, in which it spoofs logistics companies seeking to have the user install a malicious application.
This study, conducted after analysing a sample of malware from the WannaMine family, with the main purpose of identifying the actions it performs and how it spreads, as well as identifying the family it belongs to and possible destructive effects it may cause, to know it and be able to take adequate prevention and response action.
This study contains a detailed technical report prepared after analysing a sample of malicious code identified as Cring, the main purpose of which is to identify the actions it carries out, by performing an advanced analysis of the sample, using the set of tools used by the team of analysts.