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Hesperus, or Hesperbot, is a newly discovered banker malware that steals user information, mainly online banking credentials. In function it is similar to other “bankers” in the wild, especially Zbot. Hesperus means evening star in Greek. It is very active in Turkey and the Czech Republic and is slowly spreading across the globe. This sophisticated […]

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Recently, we discovered a new parasitic infection virus in the wild – Win32/Floxif – which specifically targets DLL files. Most of the attacks of this threat have been observed to come from a specific geographic region. Win32/Floxif replaces 5 bytes at the entry point of the infected file with a jmp instruction, which jumps directly […]

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2011

The Stuxnet virus has gone to the next generation: “TR/Duqu”. Avira already detects the new malware since VDF 7.11.16.63, which was released on 2011-10-19. The new variant of Stuxnet consists of 3 main files: a driver file (at this time we can discern between 4 slightly different versions) an encrypted DLL an encrypted configuration file […]

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