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What are infostealers?
What are Infostealers?

An infostealer (information stealer or just stealer) is a type of malware, usually a Trojan that (like its namesake) is able to sneak in and wreak havoc because it isn’t seen as a threat. Its purpose is to collect information from the infected computer. Such information can be but is not limited to: Passwords saved […]

Cybersecurity predictions for 2023
CybelAngel’s Top 3 Cybersecurity Predictions for 2023

Our cybersecurity predictions for 2023 all fall under one key word: proliferation. CybelAngel’s VP of product strategy, Camille Charaudeau, was recently quoted by both EM360 and BetaNews for his prediction that the expansion of external attack surfaces will be a major cybersecurity business challenge in 2023. What’s driving that expansion is the proliferation of credentials […]

Are domain squatters hijacking your business?

When there are fake search results for your enterprise, what do you do?  What if the fake results link to malware or illicit content?  It hurts when pirates commandeer your brand online. What do you do if hackers misrepresent your company name, products or services online?  When someone registers in bad faith domains that are associated […]

Emotet Malware: Wild, Wild Trojan

Here at CybelAngel, we’ve spent a significant amount of R&D effort focused on protecting our customers from compromises relating to exposed data found on Pastebin and other paste sites. But beyond leaked documents and exposed PII, paste sites also host the hard work of researchers and security actors that compile lists of sites compromised by […]

The Financial Sector in the Digital Era: A Gold Mine for Cyber-Thieves

In April 2017, the Russian cyber-security firm Kaspersky Lab identified a criminal hacker group operating under the names BlueNoroff and Lazarus – yet another group targeting financial institutions.

Major Cyber Attack Targets the Polish Banking Industry

On 3 February 2017, the Polish news website Zaufana Trzecia Strona reported that Poland’s banking industry had been hit by what is considered its most serious security incident to date: a cyberattack on 20 banking institutions, resulting in the loss of large amounts of data.