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Recently we blogged about Google Code hosting malware. Within a month we have observed a second instance where malicious .jar files are being hosted on Google Code. Using Google code to distribute malware seems to increasing in popularity, no doubt due not only to the free hosting provided, but also the positive reputation of the […]

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The current threat landscape is often driven by web-based malware and exploit kits that are regularly updated with newly found vulnerabilities. Recently, we received an interesting malware binary–a JAR package that opens a back door for an attacker to execute commands and acts as a bot after infection. This archive does not exploit any Java […]

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On June 26, we observed an exploit kit attack on the Segway website. Symantec has notified Segway about the attack and Segway has since taken steps to ensure their website is no longer compromised. This blog will look at the details of an attack using the Redkit exploit kit.Attack detailsCode is injected into a jQuery […]

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