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July 14, 2022

Risky Biz News: Malicious npm libraries

ReversingLabs said it found 31 npm libraries that contained obfuscated JavaScript code that would steal web form data
July 14, 2022

The Register: Typo-squatting NPM software supply chain attack uncovered

Researchers at ReversingLabs have uncovered evidence of a widespread software supply chain attack through malicious JavaScript packages picked up via NPM
July 14, 2022

Forbes: Shift Left Together - Coordinating A Joint Response To Supply Chain Threats

Co-Founder and CEO of ReversingLabs, which helps cybersecurity teams gain insights into malware infected files and objects
July 12, 2022

Info Security Magazine: Software Supply Chain Attack Hits Thousands of Apps

ReversingLabs found more than two dozen npm modules dating back six months
July 12, 2022

Silicon Angle: Supply chain attack uses malicious NPM packages to steal data

The packages are designed to steal from data from individuals using applications or websites where the malicious packages have been deployed.
July 12, 2022

Dark Reading: Supply Chain Attack Deploys Hundreds of Malicious NPM Modules to Steal Data

A widespread campaign uses more than 24 malicious NPM packages loaded with JavaScript obfuscators to steal form data from multiple sites and apps