Cisco Talos cybersecurity experts: The attacker, a single actor, deploys a variety of malware, such as DcRAT and QuasarRAT, via diplomatic and humanitarian lures.
Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) declares war on Hurras al-Din in Idlib. Members of the Guardians of Religion arrested in al-Fu’ah as part of an “anti-terrorism” campaign. The Qaedist group actually seeks revenge against the recent attacks suffered
New chapter in the war between Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and rival militias in Idlib. A commando from the Qaedist group broke into the Hurras al-Din (Guardians of Religion) headquarters in al-Fu’ah, arresting two members. Further operations are planned in other areas of the Syrian province. Formally it is part an “anti-terrorism” campaign, recently announced by the leader of the formation, Abu Mohammad al-Julani. In reality it is believed to be HTS ‘revenge for the series of misterious bomb-attacks it recently suffered between Idlib and Aleppo. Al-Julani, in fact, is convinced that the Guardians of Religion are behind them. The goal would be to undermine the credibility of the group and hit the leadership at the heart.