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Mysterious, yet familiarOver the past couple of months, there has been a noticeable increase of heavily obfuscated JavaScript code that embeds malicious iframes. Most of those code were injected into JavaScript files included from compromised websites (instead of the home page), which is supposedly harder to spot by the website’s admin.An example of such injected […]

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Win32/Spy.Hesperbot is a new banking trojan that has been targeting online banking users in Turkey, the Czech Republic, Portugal and the United Kingdom. For more information about its malware spreading campaigns and victims, refer to our first blog post. In this post we’ll cover the technical details of the malware, including the overall architecture, as […]

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Big news stories are always an opportunity for scammers and spammers, who attempt to redirect users to malicious exploit kits or other unwanted services. Britain’s royal baby is the latest news to offer cover for malware. We have already found a lot of spam messages regarding the birth and baby that lead users to the […]

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