Lunch Time Nibbles - 2022-07-06

Welcome to another Lunch Time breakout:

Bitter APT Hackers Continue to Target Bangladesh Military Entities
Military entities located in Bangladesh continue to be at the receiving end of sustained cyberattacks by an advanced persistent threat tracked as Bitter. "Through malicious document files and intermediate malware stages the threat actors conduct espionage by deploying Remote Access Trojans," cybersecurity firm SECUINFRA said in a new write-up published on July 5. The findings from the
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The End of False Positives for Web and API Security Scanning?
July may positively disrupt and adrenalize the old-fashioned Dynamic Application Security Scanning (DAST) market, despite the coming holiday season. The pathbreaking innovation comes from ImmuniWeb, a global application security company, well known for, among other things, its free Community Edition that processes over 100,000 daily security scans of web and mobile apps.  Today, ImmuniWeb
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Bitter APT Hackers Continue to Target Bangladesh Military Entities
Military entities located in Bangladesh continue to be at the receiving end of sustained cyberattacks by an advanced persistent threat tracked as Bitter. "Through malicious document files and intermediate malware stages the threat actors conduct espionage by deploying Remote Access Trojans," cybersecurity firm SECUINFRA said in a new write-up published on July 5. The findings from the
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Hackers Abusing BRc4 Red Team Penetration Tool in Attacks to Evade Detection
Malicious actors have been observed abusing legitimate adversary simulation software in their attacks in an attempt to stay under the radar and evade detection. Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 said a malware sample uploaded to the VirusTotal database on May 19, 2022, contained a payload associated with Brute Ratel C4, a relatively new sophisticated toolkit "designed to avoid detection by endpoint
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