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Scammers and Spammers are always looking to cash in on recent news whether it be twerking or a royal baby.  I know it may seem like we are inundating you with ransomware threats this week.  The international climate has shifted towards privacy concerns due to PRISM leaks and malware writers have taken note.  This week […]

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Spammers continue to leverage the crisis in Syria for their personal gain. Besides taking advantage of a scam message that claimed to be from The Red Cross, spammers are now taking advantage of emails about the news in Syria. They have snuck in a few malicious messages containing random URLs that entice users to go […]

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Earlier today we published our initial findings about the attacks on South Korean banks and local broadcasting organizations. We have now discovered an additional component used in this attack that is capable of wiping Linux machines. Figure 1. Bash wiper script targeting remote Linux machines  The dropper for Trojan.Jokra contains a module for wiping remote Linux […]

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