NCCIC Releases Joint Alert on Worldwide Malicious Activity Using Publicly Available Tools

Original release date: October 11, 2018

NCCIC, in collaboration with the Australian Cyber Security Centre, the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security, the New Zealand National Cyber Security Centre, and the United Kingdom National Cyber Security Cen…

Original release date: October 11, 2018

NCCIC, in collaboration with the Australian Cyber Security Centre, the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security, the New Zealand National Cyber Security Centre, and the United Kingdom National Cyber Security Centre, has released a joint Activity Alert that highlights five publicly available tools frequently observed in cyber incidents worldwide. The Activity Alert provides an overview of each tool, its capabilities, and recommended best practices network defenders can use to protect their networks against these tools.

NCCIC encourages users and administrators to review the joint Activity Alert AA18-284A: Publicly Available Tools Seen in Cyber Incidents Worldwide for more information.

 

 


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