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A month ago, we advised people to consider blocking the .PW top level domain (TLD). There is still a lot of spam happening there, but there have been some changes recently. In particular, there are more "normal" TLDs mixed in with the .PW ones. However, even though the TLD may be normal — like .com […]

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You may have read about the US Department of Labor “getting hacked”.It’s true, but fortunately the story is not quite as gory as it sounds in those two fateful words.A subdomain of the Department’s main website, running off a separate server – what’s known colloquially as a microsite – was modified to serve up malware.There’s […]

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We recently came across a Trojan that steals image files of .jpg, .jpeg extensions, and Windows memory dumps (.dmp) from victims’ machines and uploads them to an FTP address hardcoded in the malware.This Trojan silently opens a command line and copies those image files found on the C, D, and E drives to the C […]

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