– May 26, 2020, 2:30 AM
Turla has updated its ComRAT backdoor and now uses the Gmail web interface for Command and Control ESET researchers have found a new version of one of the oldest malware families run by the Turla group, ComRAT. Turla, also known as Snake, is an…
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– May 26, 2020, 2:36 AM
Cybersecurity researchers today uncovered a new advanced version of ComRAT backdoor, one of the earliest known backdoors used by the Turla APT group, that leverages Gmail's web interface to covertly receive commands and exfiltrate sensitive data.
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I have had several occasions when I've been performing a pentest against an Android or iOS application, attempting to monitor the traffic with Burp Suite, only to realize that the application is not respecting my proxy settings. Now, if you have a…