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Recently, an Android application came to us for analysis. At a glance, we knew this one was special. All strings in the DEX file were encrypted, and the code was obfuscated.The file turned out to be a multi-functional Trojan, capable of the following: sending SMS to premium-rate numbers; downloading other malware programs, installing them on […]

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ARBOR SERT – Trojan.Prinimalka is a banking trojan associated with an attack campaign that received quite a bit of press in October 2012. “Project Blitzkrieg” is “a new cybecriminal [sic] project aimed at recruiting 100 botmasters to help launch a series of lucrative online heists targeting 30 U.S. banks. The Trojan installs a proxy on […]

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Reversing the crypto used by the PonyDOS attack bot This blog post is the third installment in our ongoing series of articles exploring the crypto systems commonly found in various DDoS malware families. In previous articles we covered the reversing of the Armageddon and Khan DDoS bots; today we will cover a new malware family […]

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