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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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Before Java can release a patch for the recent zero-day exploit blogged by Sean earlier, Blackhole waltzes into the scene with an update. So the exploit kit users can now avail of the latest BH with the new zero-day exploit (CVE-2012-4681). I wonder if this will actually put a spike on Blackhole sales. The authors […]

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A recent collection of malware emails borrows heavily from authentic mailings sent out by Groupon and LinkedIn. The outbreak is different from the blended attacks that have featured regularly in the last few months since it relies on attached malware as opposed to a link to drive-by malware. Using email templates modeled on Groupon and […]

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