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In the past few months, we have analyzed a targeted campaign that tries to steal sensitive information from different organizations throughout the world, but particularly in Pakistan. During the course of our investigations we uncovered several leads that indicate this threat has its origin in India and has been going on for at least two […]

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Here we are. It’s the last call on DNSChanger cleanup. On Monday, the Fbi-run replacement DNS servers are coming down because the court-ordered extension is coming to an end, and your systems may using these servers for resolution. There are a set of sites that may unreliably help you identify whether your machine or router […]

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Determining who is ultimately behind targeted attacks is difficult as it requires a combination of technical and contextual analysis and the ability to connect disparate pieces of information together over a period of time. Moreover, any one researcher typically does not necessarily have all these pieces of information and must interpret the available evidence. Too […]

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