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DHS and FBI are distributing these IP addresses to enable network defense and reduce exposure to North Korean government malicious cyber activity.This alert includes IOCs related to HIDDEN COBRA, IP addresses linked to systems infected with Volgmer malware, malware descriptions, and associated signatures.To dance the Security Tango, click the Let's Dance link up above. I'm sure that those of you running Linux or a Macintosh used to laugh yourselves sick at all the machinations that your Windows-using friends had to go through to keep themselves safe. As Linux and the Mac have become more popular, we've see more viruses for them. government partners, DHS and FBI identified Internet Protocol (IP) addresses and other indicators of compromise (IOCs) associated with a Trojan malware variant used by the North Korean government—commonly known as Volgmer. For more information on HIDDEN COBRA activity, visit https://
Any custom policies you create are deployed in the same method.The malware uses a custom binary protocol to beacon back to the command and control (C2) server, often via TCP port 8080 or 8088, with some payloads implementing Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption to obfuscate communications.Malicious actors commonly maintain persistence on a victim’s system by installing the malware-as-a-service.These features require an Advanced Security license.Advanced Malware Prevention inspects HTTP file downloads through an MX Security Appliance and blocks or allows file downloads based on threat intelligence retrieved from the AMP cloud.