Reveal of Hacked Servers Marketplace xDedic Throws up a Surprise

It was last week when security firm Kaspersky reported on an underground marketplace called xDedic, a platform for buying and selling access to compromised RDP servers. Some 70,000 hacked servers were up for sale, spanning across 173 countries. The xDedic website went offline soon after the…

xDedic, a Marketplace Where Hacked Servers go for Sale

The name ‘XDedic’ does not reveal much. What it is, however, is a low-profile marketplace where anyone can and choose and purchase over 70,000 hacked servers from around the internet. The marketplace provides webservers and databases from private corporations to public government networks, for sale,…

Kaspersky Provides More Information on the Sandworm APT Team

The Kaspersky team has recently provided more information on the (presumably) Russian APT group named Sandworm, the hackers behind the attacks on NATO and Ukraine. According to the original post by Kaspersky researchers, the Sandworm hackers have customized and utilized a well-known BlackEnergy crimeware. BlackEnergy…