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A series of emails with malware attachments have been widely distributed in the last few days. The emails alert the recipient about a picture of themselves (or an ex-girlfriend) that has been circulated online. The text from three of the messages is shown below: Sorry to disturb you , – I have a question- have […]

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Nobody likes receiving a traffic ticket, but one with attached malware is a lot worse. We could get into a philosophical argument about which is truly more terrible – a traffic ticket that adds points to your license and raises your insurance rates, or malware that infiltrates your PC, insinuating itself into your most private […]

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We may have come across a Mac malware in the making. Detected as Trojan-Dropper:OSX/Revir.A, the malware disguises as a PDF file to trick user into triggering its payload. It starts by dropping a PDF file embedded in its body and opens it in an attempt to prevent the user from noticing the ongoing suspicious activity. […]

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