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Earlier this week, we published our report on “Red October”, a high-level cyber-espionage campaign that during the past five years has successfully infiltrated computer networks at diplomatic, governmental and scientific research organizations. In part one, we covered the most important parts of the campaign: the anatomy of the attack, a timeline of the attacker?s operation, […]

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In the past, we have written about the file infector known as W32.Virut. We have even provided insight into trying to shut the botnet down. Due to a recent judicial proceeding causing a temporary outage of the Virut command-and-control (C&C) server domains, we were able to gather information on the size and demographics of the […]

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Recently, we’ve noticed that there are too many legitimate domains popping up in our url filters with malware. At first we thought we had a huge false-positive (FP) problem, but after analysis we found a pattern. All of the referring links came from the Russian Odnoklassniki server, which is a quite-popular Russian social network. Users […]

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