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  • Crimson Kingsnake attacks law firm clients


    The Crimson Kingsnake group became known thanks to Abnormal Security analysts. For the first time, experts encountered cybercriminals in March 2022, when they discovered 92 malicious domains that were very similar to the real websites of large law firms.

    Posing as lawyers, hackers to this day send out fake invoices for late payments for services allegedly provided to recipient firms some time ago. In addition, attackers use e-mail addresses that are very similar to the original ones, and also professionally design letters: with logos and letterheads of legal organizations that they are trying to impersonate.

    Crimson Kingsnake impersonates law firms:

    • Allen & Overy;
    • Clifford Chance;
    • Deloitte;
    • Dentons;
    • Eversheds Sutherland;
    • Herbert Smith Freehills;
    • Hogan Lovells;
    • Kirkland & Ellis;
    • Lindsay Hart;
    • Manix Law Firm;
    • Monlex International;
    • Morrison Forster;
    • Simmons & Simmons;
    • Sullivan & Cromwell.

    This approach creates a solid basis for BEC attacks, since recipients are most often intimidated by letters from large law firms that scammers pretend to be.

    The group has an unusual attack technique, which Abnormal Security experts called blind BEC attacks - hackers send letters to random victims, trying to hook as many users as possible. If any of the recipients fall for the bait and request additional account information, the attackers respond by providing the victim with a fake description of the service provided.

    If the user hesitates, the scammers disguise themselves as the head of the targeted company and “allow” the employee to continue paying non-existent bills.

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