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16
Nov
2015

In 2014, the takedown of banking Trojans such as Gameover, Zeus, Shylock, and Ramnit created a void for cyber-criminal groups. Since its first appearance in June 2014, the Dyre Trojan has effectively filled this void by targeting corporate and private banking accounts in a succession of phishing campaigns across the globe, including the Royal Bank […]

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06
Sep
2013

Money mule recruitment emails are nothing new, for years these have been spammed out all over the globe. What is new though is the recent wave aimed at “English-speaking Japanese residents”. It started at the end of July and we have received hundreds of such themed spam emails since then. The content typically promises an […]

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22
Feb
2013

Earlier today the main website of NBC and some of their show websites (such as www.jaylenosgarage.com) were compromised to serve malicious content to users. The malicious content was inserted as a one-line iframe tag on one of the JavaScripts that gets loaded every time a user visits the page: This one line of code forces […]

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