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We all know that mobile phones have been the focus of cybercriminals for a while now. But Trojanized mobile applications are only one attack scenario. Some problems lie even deeper in your phone. Karsten Nohl, a German researcher who has done a lot of work with GSM networks and mobile phones in the past, has […]

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Java exploits represent a common attack vector used by the bad guys to infiltrate vulnerable computers via the web browser. We wrote about the rise of Java exploits as early as 2010, and we haven’t seen that trend decline. In fact, in the first quarter of 2013 alone, we’ve seen three Java remote code execution […]

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Together with our partner CrySyS Lab, we’ve discovered two new, previously-unknown infection mechanisms for Miniduke. These new infection vectors rely on Java and IE vulnerabilities to infect the victim’s PC. While inspecting one of the C&C servers of Miniduke, we have found files that were not related to the C&C code, but seemed to be […]

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