It seems that the attacks against Uyghur hasn’t stopped. We have recently encountered a compromised Uyghur website that renders a malicious flash exploiting the CVE-2013-0634 vulnerability.
The flash file contains two DLL files each embedded with EXE binaries. One DLL is for 32-bit systems, while the other appears to be for 64-bit systems.
The executable binaries are also digitally signed with different certificates.
The sample signed with the invalid certificate from MGAME Corp. was the same one analyzed by FireEye more than a month ago. The other binary queries blog.sina.com.cn for updates.
Similar samples of these threats were also seen used in Tibetan targeted attacks.
977bb28702256d7691c2c427600841c3c68c0152 – Exploit:SWF/Salama.B
82b99d5872b6b5340f2c8c0877d6862a6b1f6076 – Trojan.Agent.AYYE
040069e5ecf1110f6634961b349938682fee2a22 – Trojan.Generic.8698229
35161bd83cbfe216a03d79e3f5efea34b62439a6 – Trojan:W32/Agent.DUJV
ce54a99d0a29c945958228ae7d755519dee88c11 – Trojan.Agent.AYAF
Post by Karmina and @Timo
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