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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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Recently, we came across web malware that – instead of injecting an iframe pointing to a fixed existing address – generates a pseudo-random domain name, depending on the current date. This approach is not new and is widely used by botnets in C&C domain name generation, yet it’s not very common for the web malware we?ve seen […]

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Large outbreaks of phony AT&T wireless emails have been distributed in the last 2 days. The emails describe very large balances ($943 in the example below), that are sure to get aggravated customers clicking on the included links. Every link in the email leads to a different compromised site that has malware hidden inside. In […]

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