Posts Tagged: Digital Forensics


Managed anti-forensics IMEI modification services fuel growth in the non-attributable TDoS market segment

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Everyday cybercriminals actively take advantage of basic OPSEC (Operational Security) tactics, aiming to risk-forward their fraudulent/malicious online activity to a third-party, while continuously seeking to launching their malicious/fraudulent campaigns in an anonymous fashion. Having successfully matured from, what was once a largely immature market segment to today’s growing market segment, in terms of active implementation of OPSEC concepts, the blackhat market is prone to continue expanding, further providing malicious and fraudulent adversaries with the necessary capabilities to remain beneath the radar of law enforcement and the security industry. In a series of blog posts we’ve published throughout 2013, we proactively highlighted […]

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Managed TeamViewer based anti-forensics capable virtual machines offered as a service

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Operational Security (OPSEC) has always been an inseparable part of the cybercrime ecosystem, especially in the context of preventing law enforcement agencies from tracking down the activities of fraudulent and malicious adversaries online. Throughout the years, the industry has witnessed active utilization of malware-infected hosts (Socks4/Socks5) as anonymization ‘stepping stones’ and the use of cybercrime-friendly VPN providers, bypassing internationally accepted data retention regulations, as some of the primary anonymization tactics used by cybercriminals. Nowadays, this set of tactics has evolved into a diversified mix of legitimate and purely malicious infrastructure that provides value-added services such as APIs supporting Socks4/Socks5 services, DIY real-time […]

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