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Last week, McAfee’s Foundstone Incident Response team got hold of a piece of malware that was sent out during a phishing campaign. The campaign targeted several companies and institutes in the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Bahrain, and a couple of Caribbean islands.The executable that was sent with the email was called emiratesstatement.exe and the pictogram […]

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Recently, I discovered a back door Trojan horse program that does not work on Microsoft Windows XP. I would like to present some of the details of this threat, especially as the malware author encoded a special trick into the functionality of the Trojan. The trick appears to have been designed to allow the threat […]

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Evasion is always a goal of cybercriminals. They are not above misusing legitimate sites and services to hide malicious activities. One recent example would be BKDR_VERNOT.A, which tried to use Evernote to hide its activities. Another variant of this malware was recently spotted, but this variant uses a Japanese blogging platform as its command-and-control (C&C) […]

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