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In mid-2009 W32.Changeup, a polymorphic worm written in Visual Basic, was first discovered on systems around the world. Over the last few years, we have profiled this threat, explained why it spreads, and shown how it was created.In the last week there has been an increase in the number of W32.Changeup detections. The increase in […]

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We recently discovered a Trojan that harvested documents on affected systems and uploaded them to the file hosting site, This post will discuss more of our findings on the said attack. In order to infect users, email disguised as a shipment notification from Fedex were mass-mailed to target victims. This email contains a downloader […]

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Android.Lightdd (the name is derived from the presence of the additional Trojanized package ending in the word ‘lightdd’) has been dubbed as the follow up to Android.Rootcager AKA Droid Dreams, one of the first threats seen in the wild that attempted to use an exploit to root an Android device. Although the original reports on […]

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