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Fast Flux, a DNS technique first introduced in 2006 and widely associated with the Storm Worm malware variants, can be used by botnets to hide various types of malicious activities – including phishing, web proxying, malware delivery, and malware communication. The technique allows the botnet to “hide” behind an ever-changing network of compromised hosts, ultimately […]

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Everyone around the globe has heard about the colossal Equifax breach last month. Its implications haven’t yet been fully calculated except now that the CEO has resigned from his job, we know it’s serious. However, one fact is clear – the data was exfiltrated by hackers. This isn’t the first time-sensitive information has been pumped […]

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An unknown attacker has managed to modify the name servers assigned to 751 domains, which resulted in some visitors to the hijacked domains being redirected to a site hosting the Rig Exploit Kit and delivering the Neutrino Bot.

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