Oleg Gorobets

Senior Global Product Marketing Manager, Kaspersky

21 articles

A Disembodied Threat

One of the most sophisticated mechanisms malware uses to stay below security systems’ radars is having no detectable file body. Malware creators use various techniques to accomplish that. Perhaps the most insidious of which is the execution of the malicious code wholly within the machine’s volatile memory.

Dropping Elephant: Inelegant Espionage

An Indian-speaking threat actor, Dropping Elephant chooses targets mainly in the Asian region, paying particular attention to Chinese government/diplomatic organizations – and also to foreign embassies and diplomatic offices in China.

No Monkeys for CozyDuke

Yet another Duke APT is hitting high-profile targets, including the US government office. This time it’s CozyDuke (also known as CozyBear, CozyCar or “Office Monkeys”,  in honour of the video it employs as a decoy).