New report reveals Russian hackers have been masquerading as Iranian hackers in order to access sensitive government, military and commercial secrets in 35 countries.
Recent SEC filing disclosed that 18,000 customers installed the SolarWinds backdoor while Microsoft said that it alerted 40 customers targeted by the Russian state-sponsored hackers.
Major anti-malware vendors, Symantec, McAfee, and Trend Micro, allegedly had their source code stolen by Russian hackers. The full set of data including access to the companies' networks are now going on sale for $300,000.
FBI arrested a Russian hacker who offered a $1 million bribe to a Russian speaking Tesla employee to install malware for a ransomware attack.
The NSA has issue a cybersecurity advisory that Russian hackers are exploiting a unique vulnerability to gain access to computer systems by sending a specially crafted email to targeted users.
Russian hackers appear to have shifted their cybercrime focus to BEC scams as new study shows that they have struck over 200 businesses in 46 countries since July 2019.