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Recently we blogged about Google Code hosting malware. Within a month we have observed a second instance where malicious .jar files are being hosted on Google Code. Using Google code to distribute malware seems to increasing in popularity, no doubt due not only to the free hosting provided, but also the positive reputation of the […]

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Java.CogyekaRecently there has been a lot of attention drawn to the vulnerabilities in Java and how they can lead to malware being created. However, it is worth noting that a vulnerability is not always required for malware to exist, as is the case with Java.Cogyeka. While this threat does not exploit any vulnerability in Java […]

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I’ve already mentioned the Win32/Spy.Ranbyus family in my previous blog post about smartcard monitoring in modern banking malware (Smartcard vulnerabilities in modern banking malware). It displays really interesting functionality because it shows how it is possible to bypass payment transaction signing/authentication with smartcard devices. We have been tracking the latest modification to this malware family […]

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