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SophosLabs researchers have noticed a significant increase in the spread of malware we call W32/VBNA-X (among other names).Several other vendors, including McAfee (W32/Autorun.worm.aaeb) and Symantec (W32.ChangeUp), have been alerting their customers as well. While the basic components of this malware have been around for some time, it has become considerably more aggressive in its latest […]

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Do you know someone who can’t navigate and instead of the well known websites receives errors like “Unable to resolve the DNS address” “Server not found” “The webpage is not available” ? He might be infected with the DNSChanger malware and since July 9th 2012, the temporary servers which were set up by the FBI […]

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An Estonian company called Rove Digital was busted last November. Why? Because it was a front for the ad-fraud DNSChanger botnet. And ever since November, the USA’s FBI has been responsible for the substitute DNS servers designed to keep compromised computers from being disconnected (and causing support call chaos).Back in March, we wrote about the […]

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