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In our monitoring of the GAMARUE malware family, we found a variant that used the online code repository SourceForge to host malicious files. This finding is the latest development we’ve seen since the increase in infection counts observed last month.SourceForge is a leading code repository for many open-source projects, which gives developers a free site […]

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Websense® researchers monitor sites like Pastebin, Facebook, Twitter, Blogspot, and others, to keep our finger on the pulse of hacking and other malicious activities. Pastebin, in particular, has become a popular place for hackers to show off their latest exploits.  Our researchers recently observed a significant increase in malicious links posted to Pastebin: On Tuesday, November 20, […]

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“Customer Feedback” is always important, even when they are victims of state-sponsored attacks Although the Flamer Trojan has “committed suicide” quite a while ago, we continue the malware forensics saga with a new episode. Today, we will be describing a less-documented feature of Flamer called advnetcfg.ocx – a module that acts both as an antivirus […]

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