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Throughout 2012, we saw a wide variety of APT campaigns leverage an exploit in Microsoft Word (CVE-2012-0158). This represented a shift, as previously CVE-2010-3333 was the most commonly used Word vulnerability. While we continue to see CVE-2012-0158 in heavy use, we have noticed increasing use of an exploit for Adobe Reader (CVE-2013-0640) that was made infamous […]

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On Feb 12th 2013, FireEye announced the discovery of an Adobe Reader 0-day exploit which is used to drop a previously unknown, advanced piece of malware. We called this new malware “ItaDuke” because it reminded us of Duqu and because of the ancient Italian comments in the shellcode copied from Dante Alighieri’s “Divine Comedy”. Previously, […]

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Euro 2012 is in full swing, and so are spammers with the following missive currently landing in mailboxes: Click to enlarge The message reads: EURO 2012 LIVE: Czech Rep. 0 Portugal 1 WARSAW, Poland (AP) – In the first quarterfinal at Euro 2012, Portugal beat the Czech Republic 1-0. Score your goal. The spammers are […]

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