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Uncovering Tor users: where anonymity ends in the Darknet

Intelligence services are not giving any clues how they identify cybercriminals who act anonymously. This may mean that the implementation of the Tor Darknet contains some vulnerabilities and/or configuration defects that make it possible to unmask any Tor user. In this research, we will present practical examples to demonstrate how Tor users may lose their anonymity. Read Full Article

Grabit and the RATs

Not so long ago, Kaspersky clients in the United States approached Kaspersky researchers with a request to investigate a new type of malicious software that they were able to recover from their organizations’ servers. The malware calls itself Grabit. Read Full Article

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The Naikon APT

The Naikon APT was one of the most active APTs in Asia. The attackers targeted mainly top-level government agencies and civil and military organizations in countries such as the Philippines, Malaysia, Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Singapore, Nepal, Thailand, Laos and China. For years they have mined victims, apparently in search of geo-political intelligence. Read Full Article