This Special Report contains information about IP addresses for network devices that are believed to be infected with a new, large-scale modular malware framework which is affecting network devices named Cyclops Blink . You can read more on the background on Cyclops Blink and this Special Report in our blog post here.
Shadowserver Special Reports are unlike all of our other standard free daily network reports. They do not cover a specific time period.
Instead, we send out Special Reports in situations where we are able to share one-time, high value datasets that we feel should be reported responsibly for maximum public benefit. Sometimes there are incidents when it would be useful to be able to notify potential victims about events or breaches that may have impacted them outside of the previous 24 hour period, when it may take a number of days for incident responders to conduct forensic investigations and analyzed data becomes available for sharing with potential victims. Although the events included in these Special Reports will fall outside of our usual 24 hour daily reporting window, we believe that there would still be significant benefit to our constituents in receiving and hopefully acting on the retrospective data.
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Note that the data shared across special reports may differ on a case by case basis hence the report formats for different Special Reports may be different.
The data in this Cyclops Blink Special Report was provided to Shadowserver to disseminate rapidly to National CERTs/CSIRTs and network owners globally, to maximise remediation efforts. Note that exact timestamps were not available for individual events, so the timestamp field is set to “2022-02-23 00:00:00“. Infection status is believed to be likely to be accurate and up to date, so all systems that receive notifications should be investigated and remediated as a matter of urgency.