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A private industry notification issued by the FBI in late April may indicate that keyloggers disguised as USB device chargers have been fund being used in the wild. The notification does not say when or where the devices have been spotted, just that “the information in this notification was obtained through an FBI investigation.” The […]

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To start the new year, we have added the Win32/Ganelp and Win32/Lefgroo families of worms to the January release of the Malicious Software Removal Tool. Win32/Ganelp spreads via removable drives, uploads stolen information and downloads arbitrary files from remote FTP servers. We have had detection signatures for this family for approximately 2 years and it continues to […]

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Malware writers have devised lots of social engineering tactics to lure users into their scheme. This time around, we saw a Trojan passing itself off as a Trend Micro component as a way to trick users into downloading and executing it.We recently encountered a file and noticed the following properties (see below). For the untrained […]

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