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What is the Advanced Persistent Threat?

An advanced persistent threat (APT) is a complex, multi-staged, and long-term cyber attempt, typically orchestrated by a secret organization or groups, or cybercriminals. This term was basically utilized to express the groups behind such attacks, but its popular usage has evolved to also refer to the attack strategies we observe from similar threat actors. Most […]

What is Malware-Induced Misperception (MIM)?

This cyber attempt is a social engineering threat that induces misperception by performing malware on the victim’s device, where covertly rearranges the linguistic content of a post on SMPs, websites, or emails. In practice, this is similar to the Advanced Persistent Threat (APT), where a hacker installs spyware on the victim’s device to collect information […]