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ONLINEG, a spyware known to steal online gaming credentials, appears to be adding backdoors to its resume. We found a variant (specifically TSPY_ONLINEG.OMU) that aside from the usual data theft routine, also downloads a backdoor onto the infected system, making it vulnerable to more damage. TSPY_ONLINEG.OMU was recently found on certain South Korean websites, which […]

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Our investigation of the June 25 South Korea incident led us to the compromise of an auto-update mechanism attack scenario. As part of our continuous monitoring, we documented another scenario (presented in this blog entry) pertaining to a DDoS attack scenario launched at specific sites.The recent attack against South Korean websites has revealed a certain […]

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If you’re about to float your video game company on the stock exchange, probably the last thing you want is for a hacker to break into the personal details of some 13 million of your players. But that’s exactly what has happened to South Korean firm Nexon, which runs the massively-popular MMORPG “MapleStory”. A statement […]

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