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A revamped version of the Nukebot banking trojan dubbed Jimmy Nukebot has shifted focus from stealing bankcard data and now acts as a conduit for quietly downloading malicious payloads for web-injects, cryptocurrency mining, and taking screenshots of targeted systems. The code is a modification of the Nukebot malware source code that was leaked in March. […]

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We recently came across an attack campaign which looked quite unusual compared to the standard attacks normally seen in the wild. This campaign is targeting government agencies by sending phishing emails with a malicious attachment. Nothing new so far, except for one thing: the malicious payload is a Java remote access tool (RAT).As we all […]

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Win32/Vobfus is a family of worms that spreads via removable drives and downloads other malware, and a family that is causing people a lot of pain lately. Vobfus was initially discovered in September 2009 and became prevalent with its use of the MS10-046 .LNK vulnerability. The .LNK vulnerability has also been used by Chymine, Sality, […]

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