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Several months ago I wrote a blog post about an adware downloader which after execution downloaded a few adware programs and installed them on the computer, giving no chance for the user to skip or bypass their installation. This time, we will analyze an application, which installs similar types of adware programs on user computers.We […]

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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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As you might imagine we couldn’t contain ourselves this morning when we heard of the LinkedIn compromise and had to go searching for the dump. We were able to get our hands on a copy of the password hashes, totaling 6,500,000 unique passwords. From that we were able to see that about 2,000,000 had been […]

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