Posts Tagged ‘Kaspersky’

Earlier today, reports of a number of cyberattacks against various South Korean targets hit the news. The attackers, going by the handle “Whois Team” left a number of messages during the defacements: The code used for defacement, posted by an anonymous user to the “pygments.org” forum (see http://pygments.org/demo/68313/) indicates several e-mails used by the attackers: […]

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2013

In mid-February 2013 a Kaspersky user from Malaysia asked us to check a Google Play application called My HRMIS & JPA Demo developed by Nur Nazri. The user was suspicious about the large number of permissions required by the app, though its only stated function was to open four websites. After launching the app shows […]

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On Feb 12th 2013, FireEye announced the discovery of an Adobe Reader 0-day exploit which is used to drop a previously unknown, advanced piece of malware. We called this new malware “ItaDuke” because it reminded us of Duqu and because of the ancient Italian comments in the shellcode copied from Dante Alighieri’s “Divine Comedy”. Previously, […]

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