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In the past few weeks we have been following the relatively new “police ransomware” family we call Trojan:HTML/Browlock. This ransomware is very simple, and just uses the browser to display a lock screen demanding the victim to pay a fake fine and plays tricks to prevent closing the browser tab.Since we first saw it targeting […]

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It seems that the attacks against Uyghur hasn’t stopped. We have recently encountered a compromised Uyghur website that renders a malicious flash exploiting the CVE-2013-0634 vulnerability.The flash file contains two DLL files each embedded with EXE binaries. One DLL is for 32-bit systems, while the other appears to be for 64-bit systems.The executable binaries are […]

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Exploit kits are still making rounds, nothing new there. But in addition to the popular Blackhole Exploit Kit, a new kid on the block emerges which has been dubbed as Cool Exploit Kit.It’s very interesting to see how these two actually fare against each other.Lately, we’re seeing that Blackhole updated to the latest PluginDetect version […]

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