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Hesperbot – Technical Analysis: Part 2/2 Win32/Spy.Hesperbot is a new banking trojan that has been targeting online banking users in Turkey, the Czech Republic, Portugal and the United Kingdom. In this 3rd Hesperbot blog post we’ll look at the most intriguing part of the malware – the way it handles network traffic interception. The malware […]

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Nymaim – Obfuscation Chronicles Introduction Last month, my colleague Sebastien Duquette detailed the home campaign, a long-lasting operation consisting of compromised web servers running a malicious Apache module named Darkleech (detected by ESET as Linux/Chapro) that redirects visitors to a Blackhole exploit kit. Sebastien stated that one of the final payloads dropped by this operation […]

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Around one year ago I posted about what were the most common web attacks in Spain and how the malware was spread. It is time for an update! We regularly collect data regarding infected web sites based in our detections on KSN. Apart from the general verdicts that I usually find in the top of […]

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