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Relatively new, SparkRAT is a multi-platform RAT written in Golang that can run on Windows, Linux, and macOS systems, and which can update itself with new versions available through its command and control (C&C) server. The threat uses the WebSocket protocol to communicate with the C&C server and includes support for over 20 commands that […]

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The days are numbered for hackers using Excel’s XLL features to deliver malware to Microsoft customers, the company has announced. XLL files are similar to DLL files and provide the program with a number of advanced features, including custom functions and toolbars. Crooks have been using XLL files in phishing attacks, successfully delivering malware, infostealers, […]

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An improved Android banking Trojan dubbed Hook by security researchers is capable of taking remote control of mobile device, contributing to the growing overlap between surveillance malware and financial fraud. The Trojan, which analysis by Danish cybersecurity firm ThreatFabric characterizes as an improved version of existing the Ermac Trojan, is able to perform “full attack […]

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