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A new ransomware family has emerged that targets servers and encrypts files on network shares even if they haven’t been mapped to the infected computer. Dubbed DXXD, the new piece of ransomware appends the .dxxd extension to the encrypted files, after which it drops a ransom note onto the infected computers. The malware won’t search […]

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When developers are unaware of security they open the door to threats against their customers and users. We are not just talking about exploitable vulnerabilities in their code, but about something much more obvious than that. Here is the curious case of an Android application on Google Play that contains some traces of malware, but […]

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Recently we have seen a spike in a Visual Basic 6-compiled AutoRun worm family. The family is both client- and server-side polymorphic. (For more on this family, refer to our VIL and Advisory entries.)The W32/Autorun.worm.aaeh family usually gets on a victim’s machine through email spam, Blacole drive-by downloads, or downloads by BackDoor-FJW. From a behavioral perspective, […]

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