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Java.CogyekaRecently there has been a lot of attention drawn to the vulnerabilities in Java and how they can lead to malware being created. However, it is worth noting that a vulnerability is not always required for malware to exist, as is the case with Java.Cogyeka. While this threat does not exploit any vulnerability in Java […]

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2013

Recent months have produced little of interest among worms written in Java and script languages such as JavaScript and VBScript. The main reason behind this was the limited proficiency of the virus writers, whose creations were anything but remarkable. However, a couple of malware samples grabbed our attention; their complexity is testimony to the fact […]

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Jumcar stands out from other malicious code developed in Latin America because of its particularly aggressive features. At the moment three generations of this malware family exist, which basically use symmetric algorithms in the first and second generation, and an asymmetric algorithm in the third. In this manner the configuration parameters are hidden, progressively increasing […]

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