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Looks like some scammers had a bit of a mix-up while counting out their cash on a gold plated yacht. Click to Enlarge Here’s the contents of the mail. The text in bold is a not-very-subtle clue: “The UPS Office“: Order: SD-5468-482485468 Order Date: Monday, 2 December 2012, 11:23 AM Dear Customer, Your parcel has […]

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Six months ago, Flashback was attracting a lot of attention from researchers and media due to its wide spread and interesting features. Since then, we have witnessed its operator abandoning control of the botnet by shutting down its latest command and control server. This happened in May this year. The number of infected systems has […]

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Update from Facebook: The Facebook security team been actively tracking this botnet and providing McAfee AV to the victims (via Scan and Repair) The sample covered is out of date, and the malware now works differently Any users infected with this malware should be pointed to the McAfee self-checkpoint on.fb.me/InfectedMcA [Original Post]Malware authors are fond […]

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