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Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is warning users about a new version of the Trojan Linux.Sshdkit that targets Linux servers. According to statistics collected by Doctor Web’s analysts, to date several hundred servers, including those belonging to large hosting providers, have been compromised by the malware. Doctor Web reported on initial versions of Linux.Sshdkit in […]

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We have uncovered certain Android apps (detected as ANDROIDOS_BOTPANDA.A) containing a malicious library file, which when executed, renders the infected device as a zombie device that connects to specific command and control (C&C) servers. What is also noteworthy about this file is that it hides its routines in the dynamic library, making it difficult to […]

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A new attack against Apple Mac OS X Lion (10.7) has been detected by Intego.  The threat is a trojan, dubbed Flashback, installed via a fake Adobe Flash installer downloaded from a third party site. As with the MacDefender and Revir malware the Flashback attack uses social engineering to entice the user to download then install […]

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