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Oleg Koshkin, 41, a Russian national who had been living in Estonia, allegedly ran websites such as Crypt4U.com and fud.bz, so-called crypting services which malware developers could use to encrypt their creations in order to increase their chances of remaining undetected by anti-malware software. The services were used for various types of malware, including ransomware, […]

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The Kelihos botnet has kept a low profile following takedown attempts a few years ago when it was highly active, but has shown significant spikes in activity recently, MalwareTech warns. The botnet’s infections remained very low over the past years, while the activity it focused on was spamming stock pump and dump schemes or pharmaceutical scams…

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