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On Friday, 21 September 2012, at 10:52:27, the G Data SecurityLabs detected a malicious website containing a partially obfuscated and suspicious looking JavaScript. We suspect that this detected attack is one of the first attempts to use the exploit in a modified version and in a large scale attack, which stands in contrast to the […]

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Our previous analysis of the Flame malware, the advanced cyber-espionage tool that’s linked to the Stuxnet operation, was initially published at the end of May 2012 and revealed a large scale campaign targeting several countries in the Middle East. The Flame malware, including all of its components, was very large and our ongoing investigation revealed […]

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Ten years ago, one of the largest Linux worm outbreaks was underway. Known as Slapper, this worm would infect Linux machines via an OpenSSL vulnerability. Infected Linux servers were organized into a P2P network which could then be used to launch DDoS attacks. Although Slapper was not the first Linux worm (at least ADMworm and […]

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