Updates to REvil ransomware
The REvil (Sodinokibi) ransomware has been the subject of several news articles related to cybersecurity in recent months. For example, one of the most notorious was the infection suffered by Acer, with a ransom of 50 million dollars that rose to ...
Cybercrime and the Broken Windows Theory (Part 2)
Imagine a building, it's abandoned, but in good condition and newly built. A couple of teenagers walk past it and one of them can't think of anything other than throwing a rock and breaking a windowpane.
Sionic and Revelock join forces to help banks and financial services providers fight fraud
Partnership promotes an Active Defense approach to protecting financial institutions from online fraud attacks.
Malware in SolarWinds: GoldMax, Sibot and GoldFinder
Ever since the attack using SolarWinds components became known last December, researchers have continued to analyze its wake. Not only to uncover its scope, but also to understand all of its parts and thus improve the detection systems to avoid ...
New Distribution Chain Detected for the Javali Banking Trojan
In recent years, an increase in many banking trojans developed by attackers in Latin American has been detected, in the same way, that their implementations have become more sophisticated as we will see from the recently detected findings.
Osiris Banking Trojan for Windows
Morphisec identified a new campaign targeting German clients, characterized by the download of an Osiris client with the ability to communicate via Tor with the command-and-control server (C2).
Cybercrime and the Broken Windows Theory
It seems pretty obvious to say that cybercrime has its own characteristics that make it very different from "analog" crime, or crime that occurs in the physical world.
Sending of a Secure Electronic Comms: New Campaign by the Mekotio Banking Trojan
This isn't the first time that a trojan has used spam campaigns to distribute itself; in fact, it's very common as we've already seen in numerous articles on the blog.
What is Active Defense?
In April 2021, we launched the Revelock Fraud Detection & Response (FDR) platform, our all-in-one solution which boosts financial organizations’ ability to accurately spot bad actors and actively protect legitimate users against identity ...
Revelock and FacePhi team up to boost banks’ fraud defenses with continuous biometric user verification
Partnership to provide users uninterrupted fraud protection throughout their entire online or mobile banking journeys based on digital onboarding with document verification and authentication with facial, periocular and voice recognition combined ...
Revelock Forms New Advisory Board to Advance Fight Against Online Bank Fraud
Brings together prominent industry experts in digital identities, threat intelligence, fraud and financial crime prevention.
Revelock Unveils New Fraud Detection & Response (FDR) Platform For Financial Institutions to Continuously Protect Against Fraud
Nonstop User Verification with automated response capabilities dramatically reduce fraud losses and fraud operations costs.