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The Oslo Freedom Forum is an annual event “exploring how best to challenge authoritarianism and promote free and open societies.” This year’s conference (which took place May 13-15) had a workshop for freedom of speech activists on how to secure their devices against government monitoring. During the workshop, Jacob Appelbaum actually discovered a new and […]

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Yesterday, two of our analysts, Brod and Timo, tested a Facebook/Apple hack related Java exploit with our Anti-Virus for Mac. And the result? Our Mac AV blocked the exploit with a generic detection (created Nov. 19th 2012) called: Exploit:Java/Majava.B. Nice! So, how is the sample related? On February 15th, Mac malware samples were shared via […]

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Acting on a tip, a member of our Threat Research team (Brod) has discovered a Dalai Lama related website is compromised and is pushing new Mac malware, called Dockster, using a Java-based exploit.Page source from gyalwarinpoche.com:Here’s a screenshot of gyalwarinpoche.com from Google’s cache:Note: Google’s November 27th snapshot also includes a link to the malicious exploit […]

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