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    We noted a while back that Apple-related scams tend to grow when rumors of new Apple devices are in the news. With the launch of the iPhone 6 expected sometime in September, we expected to see some scams tied to leaks surrounding the latest Apple product. As it turns out, that is exactly what happened. Some journalists covering Apple reported last week that they had received emails with a fake "the wait is over" announcement for the iPhone 6. We can ...

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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 ...

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    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 ...

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    Last April, we reported a KULUOZ spam campaign using the South Korean ferry sinking tragedy, one that came hot at the heels of the actual event itself. KULUOZ, as we tackled during that blog entry, is a malware that is distributed by the Asprox botnet. It can download certain strains of FAKEAV and ZACCESS malware onto the affected system, as well as have the potential to turn that system into a part of the Asprox botnet itself (by installing certain components). ...

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    Threats like UPATRE are continuously evolving as seen in the development of the techniques used so as to bypass security solutions. UPATRE malware are known downloaders of information stealers like ZeuS that typically spread via email attachments. We recently spotted several spam runs that use the popular file hosting service Dropbox. These use embedded links lead to the download of UPATRE malware variants. What is noteworthy in these spam attacks is that it is the first instance we saw TROJ_UPATRE being deployed via ...

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