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22
May
2013

Grum, one of the largest spamming botnets, suspected to be responsible for over 17% of worldwide spam (as described here), which was “killed” in July 2012, still lives.  We have been tracking its activity since January 2013.  We can confirm spiderlab’s doubts about the grum killing published in March 2013. The following article provides some details […]

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04
Jan
2013

Microsoft just publicly announced a release to actively “untrust” three certificates issued by Certificate Authority TURKTRUST and its Intermediate CAs, a subsidiary of the Turkish Armed Forces ELELE Foundation Company. According to Microsoft, the company made a couple major mistakes resulting in fraudulent certificate issuance that could be used to MiTM encrypted communications or spoof […]

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Malware authors (AKA the criminals or the bad guys), use many advanced techniques to hide their activities. From encoding, to encrypting, to auto-generated random domains, conditional redirections and many other interesting methods.In the middle of all their advanced options, they also use simple techniques to confuse the end user to think that a malicious domain […]

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