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Dubbed Nerbian, the RAT is written in the Go programming language and packs numerous anti-analysis and anti-reversing features. The backdoor uses various open-source Go libraries for its operations and employs encryption routines that help it evade network analysis, Proofpoint says. Starting late April 2022, Proofpoint observed Nerbian RAT being distributed via phishing emails that claim […]

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Recent years have seen ransomware grow from an abstract curiosity into a major problem anyone can face — and that hundreds of thousands of people already have. Now a mass industry, ransomware even shows a division of labor, with some criminals writing malicious code and others selecting targets and using the code to infect them, […]

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07
Apr
2021

If you follow information security, you have probably heard a lot about ransomware in recent years. You may even have had the misfortune of being on the receiving end of an attack. It is perhaps no exaggeration to describe ransomware as the most dangerous malware of our time. But did you know that such malicious […]

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