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In the past few weeks we have been following the relatively new “police ransomware” family we call Trojan:HTML/Browlock. This ransomware is very simple, and just uses the browser to display a lock screen demanding the victim to pay a fake fine and plays tricks to prevent closing the browser tab.Since we first saw it targeting […]

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We have been following a malicious browser extension that claims to have been developed by various different software companies. The extension installs itself into the browser and makes posts to social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Google+ on the user’s behalf. One of the variants installs itself as “F-Secure Security Pack” — and […]

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After being in oblivion for a while, the Xpiro family of file infectors is back with a bang-and this time with some notorious capabilities. Not only does the new variant infect 32-bit files, it also has broadened its scope of infection to 64-bit files. The infections are cross-platform (a 32-bit Xpiro variant can infect a […]

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