Feb 2018

  1. Olympic Destroyer Cyber Threat

    What Can We Learn from the Olympic Destroyer Malware?

    Tuesday, February 20, 2018
    By now we are all aware of the commotion that ensued behind the scenes of the opening ceremonies of the Pyeongchang Olympics. Organizers have indeed confirmed an attack on non-critical computer systems. For approximately 12 hours on Friday the Olympic networks were down due to the attacks.  WiFi... READ MORE
  2. Fidelis Blog - Exploring X.509 Vulnerabilities and covert data exchanges

    Sometimes what’s missing is right in front of us, we only need to look.

    Monday, February 5, 2018
    Introduction: Recent research conducted by our threat research team has identified a new method of covert channel data exchange using a well-known and widely implemented public key certificates standard (X.509) utilized in both TLS and SSL cryptographic internet protocol implementations. While... READ MORE