Browser’s DNS Rebinding Attacks
Browser’s DNS Rebinding Attacks
  • Alert & Advisory
  • September 22, 2021

Cybercriminals have been discovered to be using a technique known as DNS rebinding to compromise internal networks by abusing web-based consoles. This method exposes the attack surface of internal web applications to malicious websites after being launched on victims' browsers. The DNS rebinding attack can use victims' browsers as a proxy to expand the attack surface to private networks.

Fortinet Leaked VPN Account Credentials
Fortinet Leaked VPN Account Credentials
  • Alert & Advisory
  • September 10, 2021

A malicious actor has leaked a list of almost 500,000 Fortinet VPN login names and passwords that were allegedly scraped from exploitable devices last summer. These credentials were reported to be obtained from systems that remained unpatched against FG-IR-18-384 / CVE-2018-13379 at the time of the actor's scan.

COVID-19 RELATED SCAMS
COVID-19 RELATED SCAMS
  • Alert & Advisory
  • August 25, 2021

Several fake portals requesting beneficiaries' account details to get the Federal Government’s 2021 Survival Fund, check the N-Power Batch-C eligibility, and apply for CBN The COVID-19 Loan has been discovered to be circulating on the social media and through email messages to unsuspecting members of the public. These fraudsters parade themselves as operators of the Federal Government’s schemes.

Ransomware Attacks
Ransomware Attacks
  • Alert & Advisory
  • July 7, 2021

There has been an increase in ransomware attacks targeting government and private networks globally with the latest on the Kaseya VSA products, hence it is necessary to disseminate this security advisory to all Stakeholders and Ministries Departments and Agencies in Nigeria in order to take adequate preventive measures against ransomware attacks. It is noteworthy to know that all the recent ransomware attack on the Solarwinds, McDonald’s, Microsoft exchange server, JBS, US colonial Pipeline Company, etc has been estimated that the number of the ransomware attacks in 2021 may end up to be as high as 100,000 attacks with each one costing an average of $170,000. The ransom paid by Colonial and JBS combined was about $15 million against FBI advice. Therefore, the growing number of such attacks highlights the critical importance of making cyber preparedness a priority and taking the necessary steps to secure our networks against adversaries.

Russian GRU Global Brute Force Attacks
Russian GRU Global Brute Force Attacks
  • Alert & Advisory
  • July 2, 2021

The Russian General Staff Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) 85th Main Special Service Center (GTsSS), military unit 26165, is reported to be conducting a Global anonymized Brute Force Campaign to Compromise Enterprise and Cloud Environments. This attack is discovered to be targeting government and foreign organizations using brute force access to penetrate government and private sector victim networks.

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