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Recently, we blogged about the file-infector virus known as W32.Virut and the botnet’s return to distributing new payloads. In the blog, we estimated that the Virut botnet currently consists of 308,000 unique Virut clients active in a single day. It was also noted that Virut had been observed distributing payloads with the functionality to send out […]

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We have recently come across a new wave of W32.Xpaj.B samples. We first met this complex file infector virus in 2009, and since then the threat has been operating and mounting an ad-clicking scam in order to generate revenue. After a few months of rest, the threat seems to be back.   Figure 1. Increase […]

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