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A recently debuted exploit kit (EK), called “Cool EK,” and detected by us with the name Exploit:JS/Coolex, has been known to include various exploits targeting Oracle JRE, Adobe Reader, Adobe Flash Player to Windows kernel-mode drivers. If you’re unlucky enough to visit a webpage that hosts Cool EK, you might encounter all these exploits in […]

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In this blog post, we will look at the attack originating from hxxp://www.spc.or.kr/ and targeting several major Korean banks.The site, spc.or.kr, is a legitimate Korean website which belongs to Korea Software Property Right Council (SPC). After opening the site and showing its source code, we looked into the included script /js/common1.js. This script includes another […]

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Recently we experimented with our generic unpacking heuristics. Our goal was to unpack a potentially malicious binary and dump the executable from memory to a file. During our experiments we saw a few unknown packers from which we successfully unpacked the binary; with these, however, we dumped the memory but we missed some code in […]

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