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April 22, 2020

Security industry responds to Supply Chain repo risks

ReversingLabs research on typosquatting garners RubyGems coverage
April 21, 2020

ZDNet: Clipboard hijacking malware found in 725 Ruby libraries

Security researchers from ReversingLabs say they've discovered 725 Ruby libraries uploaded on the official RubyGems repository that contained malware meant to hijack users' clipboards
April 16, 2020

CSO: RubyGems typosquatting attack hits Ruby developers with trojanized packages

"There are very few protections out there for software developers to make sure that packages they install from these repositories are malware free," Tomislav Pericin, co-founder and chief software architect at threat Intelligence firm ReversingLabs
April 16, 2020

The Hacker News: Over 700 Malicious Typosquatted Libraries Found On RubyGems Repository

ReversingLabs said the typosquatted packages in question were uploaded to RubyGems between February 16 and February 25, and that most of them have been designed to secretly steal funds by redirecting cryptocurrency transactions to a wallet address under the attacker's control.
April 16, 2020

CSO: Free security resources for work-from-home employees during the COVID-19 crisis

ReversingLabs has developed a COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Package and made it available for no cost to industries most affected by the crisis
April 16, 2020

Cybercrime Magazine: 10 Hot Cybersecurity Companies To Follow In May 2020

Malware is a serious problem for businesses and individuals alike. Some types lock down entire collections of files or affect computers so severely that their owners cannot use them. If you want to get to the bottom of malware threats, ReversingLabs can help.