Senior Security Researcher at Kaspersky`s GReATMark Lechtik is a Senior Security Researcher at Kaspersky`s GReAT, based in Israel. He is mainly engaged with malware analysis and threat intelligence. Formerly, Mark reverse engineered a bunch of North Korean anti-viruses, and spoke about it in a few conferences. Today he is mostly engaged with breaking down malware and understanding the nitty gritty of APT campaigns.
Roaming Mantis (a.k.a Shaoye) is a long-term cyberattack campaign that uses malicious Android package (APK) files to control infected Android devices and steal data. In 2022, we observed a DNS changer function implemented in its Android malware Wroba.o.
We continue to track the BlueNoroff group’s activities and this October we observed the adoption of new malware strains in its arsenal.
In this report, we compare the ROADSWEEP ransomware and ZEROCLEARE wiper versions used in two waves of attacks against Albanian government organizations.
While hunting for less common Deathstalker intrusions, we identified a new Janicab variant used in targeting legal entities in the Middle East throughout 2020.