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The Cobalt Strike malware review, developed by SANS researchers in 2022-06-17, is now on display at the cyber-security firm's headquarters in New York, where it was first discovered.
The malware review is a 3D interactive, digital replica of the Matanbuchus malware application and comes with the option to input your own data. This all-too-realistic cyber-attack simulation affords an opportunity to see how a hacker would infiltrate a virtual company, steal data and become undetected, all from the comfort of your computer. The event is open for 22 days only — so if you're looking for something real life to do with that summer vacation, this might be just what you've been waiting for!
According to the company, "The malware review aims to provide an immersive experience for all of our attendees, allowing us to show how attackers operate and how vulnerable our organizations are to these kinds of attacks. The malware review also allows attendees to quickly educate themselves on how attackers use tools like Cobalt Strike and Metasploit, work their way through a simulated phishing attack and learn what they need to do in order to be prepared against such attacks."
In this digital age, where computers are becoming more advanced by the day, it's no surprise that cyber-attacks are becoming more sophisticated as well.