Monthly Archives: June 2019

Seminario Prof. Desmedt, 1 luglio 2019

Seminario del Professor Yvo Desmedt dal titolo Private and reliable communication with untrusted components Il seminario, organizzato da Telsy in collaborazione con il Politecnico di Torino, si terrà lunedì 1 luglio 2019 alle ore 14 presso l’aula 7 del DISMA del Politecnico, Corso Duca degli Abruzzi 24, Torino. Abstract:Due to the US boycott of Huawei that started in August, 2018, the (in)security of network components is in the spotlight. This problem is not unique to modern telecommunication networks, but one can also have untrusted couriers. This was demonstrated recently by FedEx when two packages containing Huawei documents, being shipped to China from Japan, were diverted to the U.S. without authorization. […]

Recent “CEO Fraud” campaign is spreading within EU and already made victims. Telsy TRT joined an international collaborative effort for researching and mitigating the threat.

In the first days of May 2019, Telsy TRT joined a collaborative international effort aimed at studying, researching and mitigating a recent malicious campaign carried out by a criminal gang we internally track as #TA-927. Our collaboration has mainly seen, among others, Theo Geurts as an active member of the ICANN community . He has been an essential part of our mitigation efforts. According to Wikipedia, ICANN is the organization responsible for coordinating the maintenance and procedures of several databases related to the namespaces and numerical spaces of the global Internet network. The “CEO Fraud” attempts are not uncommon. Recently, an italian organization has been hit by a similar attack. […]

APT34: New leaked tool named Jason is available for the mass

In the afternoon of 03/06, Lab Dookhtegan released a new tool they report belonging to the hacking arsenal of the group APT34. This hacking tool seems to be useful in order to hack email accounts and consequently exfiltrate data. The archive we got is composed by the following file Archive file for Json data tool First analysis identified two executable files and some others in txt format likely used in supporting tasks. The file Microsoft.Exchange.WebServices.dll is an official component of Microsoft Exchange communication suite. We performed a quick AI powered malware scan getting no results over the first component extracted: Telsy internal file classification service results for Microsoft.Exchange.WebServices.dll The file […]

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