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Scam artists and cyber-criminals welcomed today's news of the demise of Libyan leader Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi (often referred to as simply Gaddafi or Gadhafi). Why? Because few events fuel Internet search activity as much as the death of a famous–or infamous–person, although celebrity weddings and divorces are also a big search driver. It's a […]

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Mikko Hyponen, who has been tracking the R2D2 thing assiduously, observes with some surprise that he hasn't seen a single article on "R2D2" that would try to defend the need for lawful interception. Actually, I haven't either, but I think there are at least two separate issues here. It seems fairly clear from the reports I've seen […]

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New stolen digital certificates are used by the multi-purpose backdoor Qbot. The criminals behind the Qbot trojan are certainly not inactive. As I mentioned in a blog post earlier this month, after a quiet summer we have seen a batch of new Qbot variants. An interesting fact is that the malicious binaries were digitally signed. […]

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