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Malware authors are notorious for quickly leveraging new exploits in the public domain for nefarious purposes. The recent discovery of a Linux Kernel CVE-2013-2094 Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability (CVE-2013-2094) in the Performance Counters for Linux (PCL)-currently being exploited on various platforms-has now been modified to work on the Android operating system.  For anyone unfamiliar with […]

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Tidserv (a.k.a. TDL) is a complex threat that employs rootkit functionality in an attempt to evade detection. The malware continues to be on the Symantec radar since its discovery back in 2008. The latest variant of Tidserv being distributed in the wild has began to employ the legitimate Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF). While this may […]

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Phishers love to arouse curiosity and/or fear in the user’s mind and this stimulus can compel people to set aside all caution as well as  any safety measures they might have in place to avoid such scams.In a recent spam sample seen in our probe network, we observed that by taking advantage of human curiosity, […]

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