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OT/IoT Security Report February 2021: Supply Chain and Persistent Ransomware Attacks Reach New Heights
Find out how to protect your operations with new insight into top OT/IoT threats and vulnerabilities from the Nozomi Networks Labs team.
Find out what Nozomi Networks security researchers have learned about rising IoT botnets, shifting ransomware, COVID-19 threats and top ICS vulnerabilities.
GreyEnergy: Dissecting the Malware from Maldoc to Backdoor, Comprehensive Reverse Engineering Analysis
A comprehensive analysis of one the GreyEnergy malware’s infection techniques, a phishing email, from the maldoc, to the custom packer and the final dropper (backdoor). The deepest reverse engineering is done on the packer. Two new tools were released to support further analysis of GreyEnergy.
TRITON: The First ICS Cyber Attack on Safety Instrument Systems, Understanding the Malware, Its Communications and Its OT Payload
How to turn an undocumented ICS device into malicious code, starting from creating a working system and followed by reverse engineering and malware analysis. While the TRITON malware attack failed to deliver a malevolent OT payload to the Triconex controller, our researchers succeeded. Two new tools were released to help the ICS community secure Triconex SIS.
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