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The family added to the February release of the Malicious Software Removal Tool is Win32/Sirefef. Win32/Sirefef is a highly prevalent complex multi-component family which continues to evolve. The payload for current variants may include such actions as modifying browser search engine results, generating pay-per-click revenue and performing Bitcoin mining on an affected computer.   The first detection […]

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I’m all for a spot of Lovecraftian tentacled horror coming down from the sky and laying waste to all and sundry, but not when that same unfathomable horror is doing the same thing to my PC like in the below example. Click to Enlarge Somebody put a lot of effort into this so-called “Steam Cracker” […]

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We suggested earlier that instead of going after the Secure Element chip and the information it keeps safe, attackers would go after the weaker point of the Google Wallet app. Security researcher Joshua Rubin has now created a proof-of-concept app, Google Wallet Cracker, that can recover the Google Wallet PIN on a rooted phone.Once attackers […]

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