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Cyber BitesCyber Threats

60 percent of all publicly reported hacks attributed to two hacker groups.

Two hacker groups are behind 60% of all publicly reported cryptocurrency exchange hacks and are believed to have stolen around $1 billion worth of cryptocurrency, according to a report published last week by blockchain analysis firm Chainalysis. “On average, the hacks we traced from the two prominent hacking groups stole $90 million per hack,” said Chainalysis. Source: ZDNet The post 60 percent of all publicly reported hacks attributed to two hacker groups. appeared first on IT Security Guru.

Cyber ThreatsThreat Detection

Something In Common: Two Notorious Russian Speaking Hacking Groups Found Sharing Infrastructure With Each Other.

Kaspersky Lab experts have identified an overlap in cyberattacks between two infamous threat actors, GreyEnergy – which is believed to be a successor of BlackEnergy – and the Sofacy cyberespionage group. Both actors used the same servers at the same time, with, however, a different purpose. BlackEnergy and Sofacy hacking groups are considered to be two of the major actors in the modern cyberthreat landscape. In the past, their activities often led to devastating national level consequences. BlackEnergy inflicted one of the most notorious…