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Recently I wrote a blog post about a legitimate website spreading Sirefef malware. Then I continued with a deeper analysis and noticed that it uses an interesting cryptor.Malware authors spread many new variants of malware every day. These variants often look completely different at the first glance. That’s why regular updates of your antivirus is […]

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Doctor Web-the Russian anti-virus vendor-is warning users about Trojan.Yaryar.1 malware. The Trojan is distinguished by a built-in routine that enables it to access NTFS directly rather than use Windows API. The malware also has an extensive array of tools to detect debugging and analysis software.It’s not quite clear yet how the Trojan spreads, but its […]

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