• 29.02.2020


    セキュリティ企業KELAのプロダクトマネージャー、Raveed Laebは自動化ツールを用いてダークウェブで取引される盗難IDの件数を追跡している。彼は、Genesisの動向を長年調べており、その成果を先日のレポートで発表した。

  • 10.03.2020

    Malware Unfazed by Google Chrome's New Password, Cookie Encryption

    Genesis, one underground shop for browser data kept using the original version of the malware and suffered grave losses when Chrome 80 came along, as uncovered by KELA researchers towards the end of February.

  • 07.03.2020

    Telus-Owned Koodo Mobile Announces Data Breach, Stolen Info for Sale

    Raveed Laeb of cybersecurity intelligence firm, KELA has told BleepingComputer that Koodo accounts are being sold on various dark web web sites.

    “A different market – one that specializes in automated selling of access to compromised accounts – currently offers over 21,000 Koodo accounts,” Laeb told BleepingComputer.

  • 26.02.2020

    Chrome 80 Update Cripples Top Cybercrime Marketplace

    According to new research shared with ZDNet this week by threat intelligence firm KELA, the Genesis Store is currently going through a rough patch, seeing a 35% drop in the number of hacked credentials sold on the site.

    KELA says Genesis administrators are currently scrambling to fix their inventory deficit and feed the store with new credentials before customers notice a drop in new and fresh listings.

  • 24.02.2020

    KELA Wins InfoSec Award at RSA Conference 2020

    “We are very pleased to receive this prominent cybersecurity award, and it’s an honor to be selected from a wide selection of top-notch companies that were in the running for this prize. Our hard work has paid off in being recognized as global leaders in threat intelligence,” said KELA COO Eran Shtauber.

  • 22.02.2020

    Exclusive: Details of 10.6 Million MGM Hotel Guests Posted on a Hacking Forum

    According to Irina Nesterovsky, Head of Research at threat intel firm KELA, the data of MGM Resorts hotel guests had been shared in some closed-circle hacking forums since at least July, last year. The hacker who released this information is believed to have an association, or be a member of GnosticPlayers, a hacking group that has dumped more than one billion user records throughout 2019.

  • 22.02.2020

    MGM Customer Data Has Been on Dark Web for Six Months

    Irina Nesterovsky, head of research at cyber intelligence firm KELA, claimed that the most recent upload of breached data on nearly 10.7 million hotel customers was simply a repackaged bundle — as often happens on the dark web.

  • 20.02.2020

    Tokyo 2020: The Dark Web is Hacker Gold

    What treasures can hackers find on the dark web, how have these been used in the past, and what might threat actors be planning for Tokyo this summer? Here are the top four threats that KELA’s research team has been monitoring recently on the dark web

  • 03.02.2020

    Outing Cyber-Criminals Puts a Face on Cyber-Crime

    Online threat actors are just plain criminals – like 36-year-old Aleksandr Alekseyevich Korostin from Sigayevo, Sarapul District, Udmurtiya Republic, Russia – hiding behind anonymity as SaNX. – OPINION by KELA Cyber Intelligence Center.

  • 04.02.2020

    アンダーグラウンドのサイバー犯罪エコシステム、 企業の攻撃表面を縮小するためのインテリジェンスの活用


  • 31.01.2020

    「対米報復はサイバー」 イラン、銀行狙い準備か イスラエル軍元高官が警告


  • 24.01.2020

    Cyber Gangsters Publish Staff Passwords Following ‘Sodinokibi’ Attack on Car Parts Group Gedia

    The threat marks a disturbing change in tactics by the crime groups behind the Sodinikobi ransomware, said Irina Nestrovosky, head of research for Israeli security company and specialist in darknet threat intelligence, KELA,  which monitors hacking groups.

  • 23.01.2020

    Travelex Hackers Shut Down German Car Parts Company Gedia in Massive ‘Cyber Attack’

    Maya Steiner, threat intelligence team leader at Kela, said: “This is a continuation of the recent ‘attack and brag’ streak of the group. This is the second time they have released ‘proof’ documents, and the first where they announce that they are starting to release full data from a company that has failed to pay.”

  • 14.01.2020

    Will This Be the Year of the Branded Cybercriminal?

    All businesses evolve and adapt to their environments. Businesses in the Dark Web are no exception. In the burgeoning and nearly unpoliceable business climate that is the Dark Web, it’s only natural that businesses should become more “professional” — both in their revenue models and in their practices. We saw this happen in 2019 and expect even greater movement in this direction in 2020.

  • 13.01.2020

    Travelex Begins to Restore Foreign Exchange Services Two Weeks After ‘Sodinokibi’ Attack

    Irina Nesterovsky, head of research for Israeli security company and specialist in darknet threat intelligence, Kela, which identified the post, said it marked a significant change of tactic for the crime group, which first appeared in April 2019.

    “This is the first time that the group behind Sodinokibi published alleged proof of their attack,” she said. “While not mentioning explicitly Travelex – this is definitely a nod towards them and any other company that would be attacked by the operators of the ransomware, and refuses to pay.”

  • 09.01.2020

    Travelex Hackers Threaten to Sell Credit Card Data on Web

    Irina Nesterovsky, head of research for Israeli security company and specialist in darknet threat intelligence, Kela, which discovered the post, said evidence from underground forums strongly linked UNKN to Sodinokibi.

    “There is a discrepancy between what Travelex is saying and what these guys claim. You can’t always rely on the predator of the criminal, but there is a high probability they are correct,” she said.

  • 03.12.2019

    Cybersecurity Predictions For 2020

    “Cybercriminals will continue to heavily invest in their businesses as new monetization channels emerge. During the past 3 years, the underground economy has experienced a shift in how cybercriminals are monetizing their end products, from concentrating efforts on manual transactions and listings in markets, to focusing on sales of credentials, network access and sophisticated fraud methods…”

  • 20.12.2019

    Disney Responds to Disney Plus Hacked Accounts: ‘No Evidence of a Security Breach’

    Currently, there are nearly 80,000 compromised Netflix accounts for sale from one single market, on offer for an average one-time payment of $6 per account, according to KELA, an Israeli threat-intelligence provider.

  • 07.11.2019



  • 12.05.2019

    Japan's Quest For Smart Automation Brings It To Israel

    Executives from Israeli cyber intelligence firm, KELA Group, which monitors hacking threats in the dark recesses of the Dark Net –recently met with a large Japanese carmaker with news that it was wide open to a particularly vicious hacking attack called WannaCry.

  • 11.04.2019



  • 27.02.2019

    KELA Targeted Cyber Intelligence Announces New Products

    KELA Targeted Cyber Intelligence announces a new version of its cyber threat intelligence platform, RADARK, and launches the all-new DARKBEAST search engine.

  • 16.05.2018

    KELA Group Receives $50M Investment from Vector Capital

    The KELA Group (KELA), a rapidly growing, Israel-based provider of advanced cyber intelligence software and solutions, today announced a $50M equity investment from San Francisco-based Vector Capital.

  • 03.06.2017

    Japan Taking Cues From Israel on Cyber Security

    With the internet playing an ever-growing role in society, it is impossible for humans to protect networks and devices alone. The Kela Group has developed a system to automatically detect signs of an attack.

  • 20.06.2017

    地銀など7行の偽サイト出現 ケラ社が発見


  • 11.04.2018



  • 07.04.2018

    五輪前 狙われやすい