Elastic Security Labs researchers Apoorva and Devon experiment with ChatGPT to understand if it really can be used by threats to conduct sophisticated attacks. Spoiler alert: don’t believe the hype.
This week, we’re publishing a new version of this report that’s online and interactive, which includes additional data covering the remainder of 2022, written using Elastic technologies.
Each month, the Elastic Security Labs team dissects a different trend or correlation from the Elastic Global Threat Report. This post provides an overview of those individual publications.
In the second part of our breaking down the Elastic Global Threat Report series, we’re focusing on the credential access tactic, which was the third-most common category of behavior we observed.
Elastic Security Labs is releasing a triage analysis to assist 3CX customers in the initial detection of SUDDENICON, a potential supply-chain compromise affecting 3CX VOIP softphone users.
Devon Kerr breaks down the Defense Evasion statistics from this year's Elastic Global Threat Report, offering additional details from behind the keyboard.
Elastic Security Labs is providing an update to the REF2924 research published in December of 2022. This update includes malware analysis of the implants, additional findings, and associations with other intrusions.
Elastic Security Labs is tracking likely multiple on-net threat actors leveraging Exchange exploits, web shells, and the newly discovered SiestaGraph implant to achieve and maintain access, escalate privilege, and exfiltrate targeted data.
Elastic is partnering with Tidal Cyber to improve transparency even further, and helping Tidal and Elastic users understand the capabilities we’re providing in the language of ATT&CK.
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