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We continue to analyse the Shamoon malware. This blog contains information about the internals of the malicious samples involved in this campaign. Samples nesting The main executable (dropper) includes 3 resources, each maintains a ciphered program. The cipher is pretty simple ? xor by dword. This was mentioned in our first blog-post. Resource PKCS12:112 maintains […]

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We have been following the development of the Win32/Gataka banking Trojan for several months and can now share some details of its operation which includes facilitating fraudulent bank transfers. This first post will highlight some of its key features, while the second will detail several interesting, more technical aspects of this malware. This banking Trojan […]

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Microsoft has released an advisory alerting its users about a critical vulnerability in ASP.NET (CVE-2011-3414). An attacker could potentially bring down a server (Denial of Service) with specially crafted requests. Given that all versions of ASP.NET are vulnerable, its exposure is pretty big. This advisory was in response to a public advisory presented in the […]

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