The Hive ransomware (especially in its v5 version) stands out for its sophistication, and for the impact caused to hundreds of companies and organizations worldwide, bypassing conventional defenses and challenging analysts with its advanced techniques.
In this article, we unravel its features, from its encryption methods to its anti-analysis countermeasures, illustrating not only the threat it poses, but also how it can be combated. Through a technical analysis, it is intended to empower readers with the knowledge necessary to understand and ultimately defend against these types of threats.
The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is fundamental to the functioning of the Internet as we know it, as it serves to route data flows along the optimal routes, through several different hops (or IPs). However, it was not designed with security by design, which opens the door to hijacking BGP-type threats.
Through these types of attacks, malicious actors can redirect traffic, causing data loss, such as in Man-in-the-Middle, among others. This article explores in depth these types of attacks, their impact, and the countermeasures available through mechanisms such as RPKI, IRR, and ROA.
The Avaddon ransomware appears as a disturbing threat that has demonstrated its ability to exploit vulnerabilities in systems, compromising the security and integrity of critical data.
This article dives into the details of how Avaddon works, while also providing a comprehensive analysis of strategies to detect and mitigate the threat.
The increase of malware specifically designed to run on systems that support industrial processes creates a need in the industry that can be partly covered by different technological solutions. This article will focus on the different options available on the market to detect malicious files that aim to modify the operation of industrial environments or simply cause denials of service.
Both portable and agent-deployed solutions can be an option, and this article will reflect on these and other options as well as provide guidelines on when it is best to use one solution or the other.
The Purple Teams are exercises in which three very well differentiated teams participate: a Red Team, a Blue Team and a Purple Team. The Red Team will be in charge of carrying out attacks on the defined structure, the Blue Team will be the team in charge of defending that structure and the inclusion of the Purple Team allows the two previous teams to communicate with each other and be organized correctly thanks to the work of the purple team. This is why the Purple Teams allow a great number of advantages to be obtained with respect to carrying out the exercises separately and without coordination between them.
This article presents all these advantages and much more about Purple Teams.
When talking about an endpoint device, we are talking about an end asset present at the network level. Among these devices we can find engineering stations (workstations), HMI, SCADA or PLC, among others.
The evolution of industrial environments towards models in which these equipment are connected, both with corporate networks and remotely with suppliers, for maintenance purposes, exposes them to new threats. That is why industrial endpoints must be properly and individually protected and at multiple levels so that they cannot be compromised. These end systems are key security hotspots because their vulnerabilities could affect other assets within the network.
This post presents some lines of action that should be followed to deal with a DrDoS cyberattack based on the ARD protocol, describing in detail the prevention, identification and response phases to follow.
With the aim of increasing cybersecurity knowledge, INCIBE-CERT has published a series of webinars in video format, so that, in a light and entertaining way, knowledge and technical aspects of cybersecurity can be expanded in various areas of interest, for both INCIBE-CERT's technical audience and anyone interested in cybersecurity.
Today, it is common to find SIEM deployed in the IT infrastructures of all kinds of organisations, to be able to monitor and analyse security alerts in applications, systems, network devices, etc. However, though time and resources are being invested in industrial environments, it is still unresolved.