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A serious new vulnerability notice about Java exploits has been issued by the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity Division. Java 7 Update 10 and earlier contain a vulnerability that can allow a remote attacker to execute malware on vulnerable systems.A French researcher called Kafeine discovered that a number of websites using the exploit are able […]

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This blog post is the fifth installment in our ongoing series of articles surveying the crypto systems used by different DDoS-capable malware families. Today’s topic is MP-DDoser, also known as “IP-Killer” As far as we are aware, MP-DDoser was first documented in February 2012 by Arbor analyst Curt Wilson in his pioneering survey of modern […]

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This blog post is the fourth installment in our ongoing series of articles exploring the crypto systems commonly found in various DDoS malware families. Previous subjects have included Armageddon, Khan (now believed to be a very close “cousin” of Dirt Jumper version 5), and PonyDOS. Today we’ll be diving deep into the details of the […]

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