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Another new year is almost upon us. Or at least that’s what the distributors of Rogue:Win32/Winwebsec would have us believe – releasing a new branding System Doctor 2014 just prior to the middle of 2013. Figure 1: System Doctor 2014 user interface For some time, Winwebsec has had only one branding active at a time. […]

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?We added three new families to this month’s Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT): Win32/FakeDef, Win32/Vicenor, and Win32/Kexqoud. In this blog, we will talk about the rogue antivirus family Win32/FakeDef. It’s not a big player in rogues’ world, but it holds its own unique characteristics. We found this family in the wild in December 2012. Initially […]

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We can safely say that since we encountered our first rogue, they’ve always commanded a presence in the malware ecosystem. That was, until recently we observed a decrease in rogue activity. That’s not to say they went away altogether – no, not at all – but towards the end of January we did see markedly […]

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