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Exploit kits available in the wild tend to follow a trend by exploiting vulnerabilities reported in various browser components which are commonly deployed. Recently, we have seen an increase in exploitation of a year old vulnerability reported in the JRE component of JAVA (CVE-2012-1723). Exploitation of this vulnerability in JRE allows a attacker to download malware […]

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Web-based malware has increased over the last few years due to an abrupt spike in new exploit kits. These kits target vulnerabilities in popular applications and provide an effective way for cybercriminals to distribute malware. We have already discussed Red Kit, a common exploit kit. Recently McAfee Labs has observed an increase in the prevalence […]

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Thanks to our ThreatSeeker® technology, it has been possible to detect a domain which we believe is involved in a spear phishing campaign against the users of a Rotary Club online service.  The Rotary Club (also called Rotary International) is an organization that provides humanitarian services, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and promotes charity actions. Since the Rotary Club is a worldwide […]

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