FireEye got Hacked, shares details and actions to protect the community.
I am fan of products and services offered by FireEye. Reading their blog is one of my routines to check the Cyber Security activities and to keep me one step ahead of the competition. Today, it’s sad news for Cyber Security. FireEye got hacked, read the blog post by Kevin Mandia, CEO of FireEye.
“FireEye is on the front lines defending companies and critical infrastructure globally from cyber threats. We witness the growing threat firsthand, and we know that cyber threats are always evolving. Recently, we were attacked by a highly sophisticated threat actor, one whose discipline, operational security, and techniques lead us to believe it was a state-sponsored attack. Our number one priority is working to strengthen the security of our customers and the broader community. We hope that by sharing the details of our investigation, the entire community will be better equipped to fight and defeat cyber attacks.
During our investigation to date, we have found that the attacker targeted and accessed certain Red Team assessment tools that we use to test our customers’ security. These tools mimic the behavior of many cyber threat actors and enable FireEye to provide essential diagnostic security services to our customers. None of the tools contain zero-day exploits. Consistent with our goal to protect the community, we are proactively releasing methods and means to detect the use of our stolen Red Team tools.” (2020 December 8, FireEye.com).
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Excellent article from Picus Security regarding this incident.