Hajime (meaning ‘beginning’ in Japanese) is an IoT worm that was first mentioned on 16 October 2016 in a public report by RapidityNetworks. In this blogpost we outline some of the recent ‘improvements’ to Hajime, some techniques that haven’t been made public, and some statistics about infected IoT devices.
With the emergence of wearables, the convergence between the virtual and the physical world makes people feel more natural using technology all the time. Unfortunately, the emergence of new technologies also entails new security risks.
Financial data stealing is one of the most effective ways to monetize malware, exploits and other cybercriminal's tools. At the same time, attacks against cash machines (ATM) seemed to explode in year 2015 with several public incidents and a rush by law enforcement authorities globally to respond to this crisis.
Advanced Persistent Threats or APT - concerted, stealthy, ongoing attacks against specific organisations. Typically make use of highly sophisticated malware to breach an organisation's security defences and gain the access and control necessary to achieve their aims.