Cybersecurity: Preparing your company for vacation

Taking a break from the office? Lucky you… but cybercriminals don’t! Cybercrime continues to escalate. During the summer, companies need to be extra vigilant. It’s obvious that hackers will also take advantage of the vacations. Phishing and malware attacks are more likely to be encountered during the summer months. Most organizations don’t fully appreciate the […]

Public services facing cyber attacks

Paralyzed communities, blocked administrations, threatened hospitals, these headlines are unfortunately in the news. Cyber attacks in the public sector have been endemic for the past few years, making it the ideal prey for cyber attackers. Digitization and the Covid-19 pandemic have played a key role in this. A government agency (or public administration) is responsible […]

BRATA: Ordinary software with extra ordinary features

Spain targeted by BRATA? The malware is back in the spotlight, and is growing to the point of becoming a real advanced persistent threat (APT). Let’s see who this malware is. Who is Brata? How does it work? Brata in Spain TEHTRIS Who is Brata? January 2019 BRATA stands for Brazilian Remote Access Tool Android, […]

Cyber insurance : a new challenge

Given the excitement around insurance in the cyber ecosystem, we decided to devote an article. It is clear that the scope of risks is increasing, so more and more companies will have to insure themselves, and the cyber insurance market will therefore be the object of a significant growth. We will review some of these […]

What are Typosquatting attacks?

Haven’t you ever quickly typed your favorite website on your computer, or with your supersonic fingers on your smartphone and then hit a key? “wikipedia” becomes “wikipedai” if? You are human, you made a typo. Sometimes the link leads nowhere and sometimes it leads to a site that looks just like the right one, you […]

May 2022: Cyberattacks and malware to watch closely

The threat is still present this month, we focus here on the major international threats, but all areas are concerned. Even if today some groups are targeting Asia, they are still very prolific and sophisticated, with a desire to expand to other countries. This requires once again all our vigilance. Cybercriminals are happy to go […]

Suspicious DLL: Raspberry robin?

TEHTRIS threat analyst team was following a new threat that raises lots of questions. Seeing the recent analysis published by RedCanary[1], we decided to publish our analysis to continue what they started: raising awareness about this threat and bringing visibility to this malware. We decided to keep the name Raspberry Robin to facilitate security researcher […]

Spain: Pegasus invites itself in Spanish lands

The Pegasus affair has not finished making news. A new chapter opened this April 19th in Spain. 35 MEPs would have been victims of the spyware. Let’s have a look at Pegasus and its Spanish news. Spain, the new chapter of Pegasus Sommaire Who is Pegasus? Pegasus is a spyware published by the Israeli company […]

April 2022: Cyberattacks and malware to watch closely

No rest for cybercriminals. The last few weeks prove it again. Attackers are investing, diversifying, and using ever more devious techniques. TEHTRIS offers you a short tour of the campaigns and malware that are making the news, and that will require our full attention. Cybercriminals are happy to go without a break Sommaire Enemybot Identity […]

Web 3.0: What is it, what could it change?

Web revolution, mutations. Yesterday the web was static, tomorrow it will be dynamic.We talk about Web3.0, but what is it exactly? What will be the web of tomorrow? We propose you in this quick article, to come back on this concept which floods … the web. Web 3.0? A matter of decentralized web. Sommaire Return […]