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We know that the family of malware called Trojan.MSIL.Jumcar and Trojan.Win32.Jumcar was developed in Peru with the primary aim of attacking Peruvian users. We also know that Chilean and Peruvian users have latterly been targeted as well. You can read more about this in our preliminary reports:Jumcar. From Peru with focus on Latin America [First […]

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DDoS affects many types of systems. Some have used the term TDoS to refer to DDoS or DoS attacks on telecommunications systems (Telecommunications Denial of Service). This is just another application for a DDoS attack, and was mentioned in 2010 by law enforcement and since discussed on a variety of blogs. Typical motives can be […]

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Last year, a variant of OSX/Imuler has been discovered and masquerades as an innocent PDF Document. Recently, a new variant of OSX/Imuler has been discovered and masquerading as image files of the popular Russian model Irina Shayk. The malicious application is placed inside a ZIP archive together with other various image files taken from the […]

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