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U.S. and Allies Identify and Expose Russian Intelligence-Gathering “Snake” Malware
May 9, 2023
— U.S. and Allies Identify and Expose Russian Intelligence-Gathering “Snake” Malware...
2021: A Year in Review
December 29, 2021
— Here are some of U.S. Cyber Command’s (CYBERCOM) impactful moments of 2021: In the last year, the cyber security community has encountered new challenges and worked to adapt and respond in innovative ways. Ransomware is no longer considered just criminal activity, but a threat to National defense and infrastructure; deterrence is conducted across multiple domains simultaneously; and the value of partnerships in cyber defense across nations is reasserted again and again...
New CNMF initiative shares malware samples with cybersecurity industry
November 5, 2018
— Today, the Cyber National Mission Force posted its first malware sample to the website VirusTotal in an effort to share unclassified malware samples it believes will have an impact on improving global cybersecurity...