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Ever since the release of Windows 8, one of the key marketing points of the new OS made in Redmond was built-in safety. Given that we’re a curious bunch of people here in the Labs, we decided to take an Enterprise version of Win 8 for a spin and see for ourselves how it performs […]

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During the last weeks of July, we received reports from customers that their services.exe files were being patched by an unknown malware. The patched services.exe, detected by Trend Micro as PTCH_ZACCESS (for 32-bit version) and PTCH64_ZACCESS (for 64-bit version), was verified to be a component of the SIREFEF/ZACCESS malware family. ZACCESS (also known as ZEROACCESS) […]

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For this month’s Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT) release, we will include two families: Win32/Matsnu and Win32/Bafruz. Our focus for this blog will be Bafruz, which is a multi-component backdoor that creates a Peer-to-Peer (P2P) network of infected computers (using C&C, for instance), and includes a nasty list of payloads, as well as unique means […]

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