encoded etherhiding attack

Encoded EtherHiding Sneakily Delivers Malware

July 16, 2024

By Anthony Jirouschek, Security Architect On July 2nd, we published an article about an attack we observed using EtherHiding and Fake-Updates to deliver the Lumma infostealer. After the article was published, we did some threat hunting and found a different version of this attack that uses encoding to obfuscate, or hide, the attack better. As […]


EtherHiding and Fake-Updates Used to Deliver Malware

July 2, 2024

By Anthony Jirouschek, Security Architect We recently observed an attack using EtherHiding to deliver Fake-Updates malware, which eventually resulted in an infostealer named Lumma being installed. EtherHiding is essentially using smart contracts on a crypto platform to obscure and deliver malicious code. In this case, the threat actor used Binance’s Smart Chain contracts. EtherHiding is […]

The rise of AI and the fall of cybersecurity

Is the Rise of AI the Fall of Cybersecurity?

July 5, 2023

By Anthony Jirouschek, Security Architect While artificial intelligence, or AI, has been around for decades, the concept has been around for centuries. In today’s world, it is a reality and can be observed in multiple applications, including chatbots, virtual assistants, fraud prevention, and more. But is the rise of AI the downfall of cybersecurity? Below […]