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As July winds down, infection counts for PE_EXPIRO have been trending downwards recently. This file infector can infect Windows files on both 32-bit (detected as PE_EXPIRO.JX) and 64-bit (detected as PE64_EXPIRO.JX) systems. At its peak, we saw thousands of infection counts but then dropped eventually (as seen in our Smart Protection Network feedback). Because of […]

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The notorious info-stealing ZeuS/ZBOT variants are reemerging with a vengeance, with increased activity and a different version of the malware seen this year. In our 2013 Security Predictions, we predicted that cybercrime will be characterized by old threats resurfacing, but with certain refinements and new features in tow. The 1Q of the year proved this […]

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The Andromeda botnet – first spotted in late 2011 – has recently resurfaced. This threat arrives via a familiar means: spammed messages with malicious attachments or links to compromised websites hosting Blackhole Exploit Kit (BHEK) code. Here is one spam message we saw recently:Figure 1. Sample spammed messageAndromeda itself is highly modular, and can incorporate […]

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