In an attempt to steal sensitive data, cyber-criminals have been targeting financial firms by building hidden tunnels in order to break into networks. According to a report released today by Vectra, these attack behaviors are the same as those that led to the 2017 Equifax breach.
According to a new report, 2018 Spotlight Report on Financial Services, attackers are able to gain remote access through the use of command-and-control (C&C). In the data analyzed, attackers had established nearly 30 web shells accessible from approximately 35 different public IP addresses, which allowed them to exfiltrate data while going undetected.
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