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Sometimes malware really doesn’t want to be analyzed by researchers and analysts, and refuses to run in a testing environment or when being debugged. Today, we will look into one sample which does even more and completely changes its behavior when being analyzed. Actually, it pretends to be just ordinary backdoor probably to discourage malware […]

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Bitcoins have been in the news in recent months and there has been much discussion on them, as part of public discourse. In terms of how bitcoins are being targeted by malware, we’ve seen past attempts by Trojan.Cointbitminer to “mine” bitcoins on compromised computers, using up precious CPU cycles in the process. We’ve even seen […]

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