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Phishers are known for making their phishing sites look exactly like the sites they are spoofing. We have seen plenty of examples of the detail they employ, like using JavaScript to include the current date in their static pages. In recent times, Symantec have seen an increase in generic email phishing. Unlike normal phishing, where […]

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Our investigation of the June 25 South Korea incident led us to the compromise of an auto-update mechanism attack scenario. As part of our continuous monitoring, we documented another scenario (presented in this blog entry) pertaining to a DDoS attack scenario launched at specific sites.The recent attack against South Korean websites has revealed a certain […]

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The past year has been one of expansion for ransomware. Throughout 2012 an increasing number of blogs, tutorials and discussion forums were written to help people gain access to ransomware-locked computers without paying the ransom. The authors of Reveton ransomware are aware that the persistence of their malware on a system is not only narrowed by […]

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