Iron Cybercrime Group

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The Iron Cybercrime Group, also known as Rocke, is a notable threat actor in the cybersecurity landscape. This group is responsible for executing actions with malicious intent, typically driven by financial motivations. Threat actors like this can range from individuals to private companies or even government entities, and they often employ sophisticated tactics and tools to achieve their nefarious goals. In 2018, cybersecurity firm Talos released a report detailing an Executable and Linkable Format (ELF) backdoor used by the Iron Cybercrime Group. This particular backdoor has been associated with various groups, each with different motivations, but in the case of the Iron Cybercrime Group, it was predominantly utilized for financial gains. The ELF backdoor provides these threat actors with unauthorized remote access, allowing them to exploit vulnerabilities and compromise systems. The Iron Cybercrime Group's use of this ELF backdoor underscores their capability and intent to carry out financially motivated cybercrimes. This incident highlights the need for robust cybersecurity measures to protect against such threats. As threat actors continue to evolve their techniques, staying abreast of their tactics and implementing appropriate security controls becomes increasingly crucial.
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Rocke, also known as the Iron Cybercrime Group, is a significant threat actor in the cybersecurity landscape. Identified by Talos in 2018, Rocke has been linked to various malicious activities, including the deployment of an ELF backdoor for financial gain. The group's primary motivation appears to
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Trend Micro
a month ago
Noodle RAT Reviewing the New Backdoor Used by Chinese-Speaking Groups
InfoSecurity-magazine
a month ago
Chinese Hackers Leveraging 'Noodle RAT' Backdoor