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This month’s MSRT families included Win32/Rorpian (an autorun worm that exploits a vulnerability in shortcut files), Win32/Nuqel (another autorun worm that spreads via network drives, removable drives, and instant messaging programs) and Win32/Yimfoca. The last, Yimfoca, is a prevalent IM worm that uses common instant messaging applications and social networking websites to spread. It also affects […]

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Avid readers of this blog can attest that we’ve been writing about FakeRean for, oh, quite a number of months now. In case you missed out on those posts or you no longer remember them, I have for you here a short list of what we’ve written about this rogue AV family so far: What’s […]

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