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In this blog post, we will look at the attack originating from hxxp://www.spc.or.kr/ and targeting several major Korean banks.The site, spc.or.kr, is a legitimate Korean website which belongs to Korea Software Property Right Council (SPC). After opening the site and showing its source code, we looked into the included script /js/common1.js. This script includes another […]

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While large blobs of obfuscated JavaScript at the top of the page are easy to spot, malicious JavaScript can often be hard to spot on hijacked sites. Some attackers go to great lengths to make their malicious code invisible to webmasters and security tools alike. In this post, I’ll illustrate some of the places more […]

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Over the past month, we have observed several large spam campaigns with malicious HTML attachments. We believe the botnet behind these campaigns is Cutwail. Here is data we collected, starting from the first day of 2012, illustrating spikes of spam with malicious HTML attachments: Attaching an HTML file to an email is a tactic we […]

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