Mycommando

Threat Actor Profile Updated 13 days ago
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MyCommando, a threat actor associated with Appin, has been investigated by journalists from Reuters for its malicious activities. A threat actor is a human entity that executes actions with harmful intent and can range from an individual to a private company or a government entity. In the case of MyCommando, it is linked to Appin, a company known for offering tools and services with potential for misuse. The investigation into MyCommando's activities was comprehensive, involving multiple sources of information including logs connected to an Appin site called "MyCommando". The investigative report by Reuters revealed detailed insights into Appin's operations and clients, providing a clear understanding of MyCommando's role within the organization. One of the core services offered by Appin was a tool named "MyCommando", also known as GoldenEye or Commando. This tool was central to Appin's offerings, enabling customers to engage in various potentially harmful activities. MyCommando allowed Appin's customers to log in to view and download campaign-specific data and status updates, communicate securely, and select from a variety of task options. These tasks ranged from open-source research to social engineering to trojan campaigns. The extent of these services underscores the potential threats posed by MyCommando and its association with Appin, highlighting the need for ongoing vigilance and cybersecurity measures to counter such threat actors.
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Appin, an Indian-based threat actor or hacking group, has been linked to numerous data theft incidents and cyberattacks as per the exhaustive analysis of data collected by Reuters journalists. Notably, Appin's activities have been tied to incidents involving Telenor and a Zurich-based consultant. De
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CERT-EU
6 months ago
Indian Hack-for-Hire Group Targeted U.S., China, and More for Over 10 Years
CERT-EU
6 months ago
Shadowy Hack-for-Hire Group Behind Sprawling Web of Global Cyberattacks
DARKReading
6 months ago
Shadowy Hack-for-Hire Group Behind Sprawling Web of Global Cyberattacks