Datenverstoß in der Sandbox

Die letzten Tage waren gelinde gesagt interessant, der Bundestag wurde wieder einmal gehackt und niemand weiß mehr als vorher. Mit all den fake News und Berichten ist es sehr schwer zu unterscheiden, was an diesem neuen Verstoß real ist und was nicht, oder ob es wirklich ein neuer Verstoß war. Was wir beobachten, ähnelt einer… Read More

Why bank groups trust us with their IT security

Making money one way or another is one of the major reasons, if not the most important reason, for cyber-attacks and cybercrime. Banks accordingly are prime targets for cyber adversaries and must deal with all sorts of different risks and attacks. The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland has put together a high-quality summary of those… Read More

Risk Intelligence with Analysis in Real Time

Use cases with CyberNsight I wanted to talk about what we are doing to stop unknown malware and threats as well as risks from turning into fines for customers or worse stolen IP and or data of customers, contracts, research or any relevant value in the form of a given asset type. I said before… Read More

Docker Bug: Firewall workaround…

Published December 2018 We wanted to put out a Bug Info for newer Docker installations that interact with MongoDB. Due to changes in how Docker does its routing it and in some cases ignores IPChains and Firewall settings in certain situations that leads to your MongoDB schema and data being accessible with a MongoDB client… Read More

Lojax and OPERATION KRAKEN

Published October, 2018 What’s really going on? If you are reading this, you no doubt have read most of the alerts on LoJax the latest fun tool deployed by our friends from OPERATION KRAKEN or one of its groups APT 28. Since 2015 we have been tracking various types of APTs and Nation-State based technology… Read More

Operation KRAKEN

Article date: September 2018 ~ See also: “Operation KRAKEN strikes again” -published 4th of January 2019 The entire world is facing one of the most comprehensive espionage and disruption campaigns in its history. Throughout our research we always found separate attacks that really had us scratching our heads because we saw so many different types… Read More

Hakdefnet Expands in the USA!

We are growing! (Article from September 2018) Its been a very exciting year so far with many updates, much more data, multiple new data centers and whats more important new partners, new headquarters in the USA (East Coast) as well as strategic partnerships with the Arizona Cyber Warfare Range (AZCWR.org) University of Phoenix, CTG Intelligence,… Read More

Operation: POWERMONGER

Article from March 2018 If you have been following this site and the private one previously you will remember the talks and posts about how easy it is to hack voting machines and also the corrilation to voter databases that where out there on the darkweb. Many folks that where “supposed” analysts claimed I didn’t know… Read More

Operation IHAZCOINS – Mining Bots and Crypto Wild West

Article from March 2018 Operation IHAZCOINS the new “Cyber” Espionage and Warfare Use-Case! Back in December 2017 I was asked for my predictions of what are going to be the biggest new risks / threats. One of the topics I talked about was Cyber Currency and the fact that mining rigs are low hanging fruits for… Read More

SpamBotGate / Trent Hunt And all That Jazz

Article from September 2017 Hello Boys and Girls, its been some time since the last post and I thought I would give everyone that reads my ramblings a freebie. As you already know we look for interesting stuff and offer reporting for our customers. Many folks claim to be in the know and sell lots… Read More