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    DOWNAD , also known as Conficker  remains to be one of the top 3 malware that affects enterprises and small and medium businesses.  This is attributed to the fact that a number of companies are still using Windows XP, susceptible to this threat. It can infect an entire network via a malicious URL, spam email, and removable drives. It is known to exploit MS08-067 Server service vulnerability in order to execute arbitrary codes. In addition, DOWNAD has its own domain generation algorithm ...

    Posted in Malware, Spam |



    Evolution is a continuous process, and nothing can exemplify the process better in our industry than the threats we defend against. From simple pranks and nuisances, they've become thieves of information, violators of privacy, destroyers of reputations and even saboteurs of businesses, all for the sake of money. They've also become tools for activists and terrorists of the cyber variety, used to make strong statements against governments or organizations. But as such threats evolve, so must the security solutions that defend against them, ...

    Posted in Exploits, Malware, Mobile |



    With online banking becoming routine for most users, it comes as no surprise that we are seeing more banking malware enter the threat landscape. In fact, 2013 saw almost a million new banking malware variants—double the volume of the previous year. The rise of banking malware continued into this year, with new malware and even new techniques. Just weeks after we came across banking malware that abuses a Window security feature, we have also spotted yet another banking malware. What makes ...

    Posted in Malware, Spam |



    Cross-platform threats can be dangerous, both at home and in the office. These can ‘jump’ from one platform to another, or target all of them at the same time – potentially infecting a user’s entire network, or even a company's network if left unchecked. The risk to critical data and system functionality, not to mention overall network security, can be catastrophic if not mitigated properly. With the mobile device boom, cybercriminals had begun taking the portable platform into consideration with their all-encompassing ...

    Posted in Malware, Mobile |



    TROJ_UPATRE, the most common malware threat distributed via spam, is known for downloading encrypted Gameover ZeuS onto affected systems. This ZeuS variant, in turn, is known for its use of peer-to-peer connections to its command-and-contol (C&C) servers.  This behavior has been known about since October 2013. We have observed that these specific ZeuS variants are now employing non-binary files. The UPATRE downloader is also responsible for decrypting these malicious files. This is done to bypass security features and avoid detection and removal ...

    Posted in Bad Sites, Botnets, Malware |


     

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