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Recently we released the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report volume 14. The report initially presented data showing reduced Java malware detections in Q3 2012 and gaining prevalence in Q4 of 2012. During a later review of the backend data, we found that we were missing some detection counts from our initial calculations. We have revised the […]

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Continuing our investigation into Winnti, in this post we describe how the group tried to re-infect a certain gaming company and what malware they used. After discovering that the company’s servers were infected, we began to clean them up in conjunction with the company’s system administrator, removing malicious files from the corporate network. This took […]

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 In our recent blogs about the latest Internet Explorer zero-day vulnerability, we explained what watering hole attacks are and referenced our research paper about the Elderwood Project. The paper highlights a string of watering hole attacks by the Elderwood group. After revisiting those previous attacks, we have been able to confirm that this latest Internet […]

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