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Although recently discovered and analyzed, the Backoff malware for payment systems has been unveiled to have at least eight variants. The differences observed by security researchers relate to the installation path, registry entries and values, as well as the command and control (CC) severs contacted for instructions. An analysis from Symantec shows that the malware […]

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Malware targeting online banking sites naturally cause alarm among users, as they are designed to steal not only information but also money from its users. Thus it is no surprise that the surfacing of KINS, peddled as “professional-grade banking Trojan” in the underground market, raised concerns that it might become as successful as ZeuS/ZBOT had […]

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?I have mentioned in a previous blog that the use of the right-to-left-override (U+202E) unicode character is nothing new. This blog also went on to show the various file name tricks used by malware. But now we see something different: the use of this trick by variants of the Sirefef family of malware. The variants use […]

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