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A new threat for the Linux platform was first mentioned on August 7th by RSA researchers, where it was dubbed Hand of Thief.  The two main capabilities of this Trojan are form-grabbing of Linux-specific browsers and entering a victim’s computer by a back-door. Moreover, it is empowered with features like anti-virtualization and anti-monitoring. With the […]

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Acting on a tip, a member of our Threat Research team (Brod) has discovered a Dalai Lama related website is compromised and is pushing new Mac malware, called Dockster, using a Java-based exploit.Page source from gyalwarinpoche.com:Here’s a screenshot of gyalwarinpoche.com from Google’s cache:Note: Google’s November 27th snapshot also includes a link to the malicious exploit […]

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In the first half of October, an upsurge in Trojan encoders occurred, with a significant number of aid requests coming from users whose files were compromised by such programs. October also saw an increased bulk of e-mails spreading Trojan.Necurs.97, and an attempt to distribute another piece of malware via Skype. Viruses Various Trojan.Mayachok modifications lead […]

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