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Karmina wrote about a malware targeting multiple operating systems on Monday. The Mac OS X sample that time was a PowerPC binary. Yesterday, we received an Intel x86 version in our backend systems which appears to have been used in a similar type of attack. Nothing fancy. This time the sample uses the server 199.180.197.59, […]

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We recently came across a compromised Colombian Transport website where the malware author utilizes social engineering by displaying a signed applet upon visiting the page.Here is what is shown if visited using Windows:And using MacOS:The JAR file checks if the user’s machine is running in Windows, Mac or Linux then downloads the appropriate files for […]

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Last year, we wrote about Bing and Yahoo! serving ads leading to malicious websites. This week, it was Google who inserted ads for adware/spyware. I found a suspicious ad in my Google Reader for a free FLV player. I’ve recently shown that this type of free software is regularly repackaged with adware/spyware for profit. The ad leads […]

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