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Thanks to Peter Coogan for his assistance with this research.Earlier this week Mandiant released a blog which talked about a new advanced persistent threat (APT) they found  while investigating a potential compromise. Symantec detects the APT in question as Backdoor.Hikit, a Trojan that enables an attacker to gain control of compromised servers from a remote […]

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Two weeks ago, when we announced the discovery of the Flame malware we said that we saw no strong similarity between its code and programming style with that of the Tilded platform which Stuxnet and Duqu are based on. Flame and Tilded are completely different projects based on different architectures and each with their own […]

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Darkmegi was in the news a couple of months back; it was the first known threat to be delivered through the Microsoft vulnerability CVE-2012-0003 (MIDI Remote Code Execution Vulnerability) exploitation. More recently Darkmegi has been seen in CVE-2011-3544 (Java Runtime Remote Code Execution) drive-by attacks as part of the Gong Da Pack exploit kit. Darkmegi uses […]

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