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Noted for its stealth routine, PlugX and its developers now appear to be using several legitimate applications, in particular those used by Microsoft, Lenovo, and McAfee, in an effort to remain under the radar.PLUGX variants are known for its use of normal applications to load its malicious .DLL components. This .DLL hijacking technique is not […]

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A number of days ago, we observed a new variant of the W32.Xpaj.B virus and we blogged all of the initial details about its new features and how the outbreak sample is the patient zero of the infection. We have now done more analysis and the conclusion is in: there is no outbreak and W32.Xpaj.B […]

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Stuxnet was possibly the most complex attack of this decade, and we expected that further similar attacks would be developed in the near future. One thing for sure is that the Stuxnet team is still active as recent evidence has revealed. McAfee Labs received a kit from an independent team of researchers. This kit is closely related […]

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