VenomRAT – Malware analysis Venomrat Malware. – The Swascan Cyber Research Team has tracked and analysed a RAT called VenomRat. The malware in question is named Venom Software or VenomRAT, a remote access Trojan (RAT) currently on sale on various forums on the darkweb but also available on websites accessible via a simple Google search.
ICT Security Assessment -Today’s Cyber Security landscape requires the utmost attention to a set of internal macro indicators for all organisations. Maybe your organisation has an antivirus software to protect your company’s data? Or maybe you also have firewalls and encryption technology, so you think you can sit back and let the technology protect you
Smishing Attack Simulation – The word Smishing comes from the union of Phishing and SMS. This is simply the classic online Cyber Attack vector translated on a mobile platform, as the name suggests. If in the case of traditional Phishing Criminal Hackers use fraudulent e-mails – relying on a number of tricks of the trade
By: Pierguido Iezzi, Riccardo Paglia and Jim Koohyar Biniyaz In the last two weeks companies have reported a number of attacks by a new Ransomware strain called “Pay2Key”. Pay2Key has been developed in C++ programming language and threat actors weaponized its first iteration in October 2020. The Swascan Cyber Security Research Team has been one
Brochure Cyber Security At the following link: Brochure Cyber Security you can download the latest Swascan brochure. In it, you’ll find, in detail, our services: Vulnerability Assessment: The Web App Scan is the automated service that scans for Web Vulnerabilities, this service identifies security vulnerabilities and criticalities of websites and web applications. A Vulnerability analysis is
Another success for the Swascan Cyber Research Team, which adds to the long list of Vulnerability Disclosure and collaborations already successfully completed in less than 12 months: Swascan has been officially included in the CERT-EU Hall of Fame. Speaking about the recognition – particularly in such a complex moment -, Pierguido Iezzi, Co-Founder of Swascan
Recently, the Swascan vulnerability team uncovered potential security vulnerabilities (further details of the vulnerability are provided below) and notified Xfinity’s Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) through their responsible disclosure program. The Swascan notification included all of the necessary information for Xfinity to remediate the vulnerability in a timely fashion. Thereafter, we collaborated with the
Domain Threat Intelligence – Digital tech it’s at the core of every industry nowadays. Automation and interconnection between machines are the pillars at the center of the current economic revolution, but at the same time this Paradigm shift and the subsequent expansion of the digital perimeter has increased several times the risk of Cyber Attacks.
The landscape of Cyber Security is quickly changing. More and more perils spring up everyday, that’s why is more important than ever to cultivate the practice of a Responsible Vulnerability Discosure. Swascan is quickly becoming the European authority in this field, thanks to the recognition obtained with it’s collaborations in the Responsible Vulnerability Discosure field
ECSO Cyber Security Market Radar 2019 – Another award for Swascan, testament to the real word value of all its Cyber Security solutions. The company, which specializes in IT security solutions, has in fact placed itself at the center of all 4 “radars” of the ECSO Cyber Security Market Radar 2019 where its services are
Another success for Swascan’s Cyber Security Resarch Team. After the accomplishments gained with Adobe, Microsoft, Lenovo,Huawei and Nokia it was SAP’s turn, the leading global ERP software provider, to end up under the watchful eye of Swascan’s magnifying glass. The analysis result yielded several vulnerabilities of critical level related to SAP’s IT infrastructure. Swascan, the Italian