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Shortly after 10:00am Jun 25th 2013, many government websites from South Korea were not accessible. It was actually caused by the malware performing ddos attack on 2 major DNS servers (ns.gcc.go.kr and ns2.gcc.go.kr).Original Attack VectorDuring the investigation, we managed to find the original attack sample which was served by a compromised website at that time […]

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This blog post is based on a joint report by Zscaler and Seculert (their blog post). Researchers from both companies separately identified attacks which used a remote access tool (RAT) malware that apparently targeted defense-related organizations. With joined forces, we analyzed the incidents that we observed and those published in the open-source to identify attack […]

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We’ve just been hit with a double-barrelled Patch Tuesday, with both Microsoft and Adobe publishing security updates. Despite its weekly-sounding name, Patch Tuesday happens once a month in Microsoft’s calendar, once a quarter in Adobe’s, and once a quarter but in different months to Adobe and not necessarily on the same Tuesday as Microsoft in […]

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