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In August, Doctor Web specialists analysed a myriad of new malware. At the beginning of the month, they discovered a malicious program that compromised sites making use of popular CMSs. In the second half of August, a Trojan-Spy was found that represents a serious risk to Linux machines. Viruses According to the statistical information collected […]

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Yet another worm that infects removable drives was discovered. The Win32/SillyAutorun.FTW was recently found in the wild. The worm is written with Microsoft Visual Studio and uses injection engine – worm’s code overwrites the original code in memory. When it runs on infected machine, it firstcopies itself to  %ApplicationData%\E-73473-3674-74335\msnrsmsn.exe; where %ApplicationData% is application data folder […]

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Bundling malware and legitimate software on unofficial download websites is an effective way of tricking users into running malicious files. We often see keygens, hacktools and game trainers bundled with trojans and posted on forums or as comments under videos. I recently analyzed a file that claimed to be a game tool used for customizing Dota2, […]

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