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The Nokia X is meant to serve as an Android-based Trojan Horse for Microsoft’s apps and services – but that’s not stopping hackers who want to open it up for Google’s solutions.

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Downloader.Liftoh is a Trojan horse detected by Symantec that downloads malware onto the compromised computer without the user noticing.A new variant of this threat, discovered in early May, was identified in some Spanish-speaking countries in Latin America. This variant of Downloader.Liftoh sends messages in Spanish instead of English. The threat is similar to W32.Phopifas which […]

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It is pretty usual when you try to analyze some malware that does not run in virtual machine or emulator. Using usually very well known tricks it can prevent itself from being analyzed. But what if it does not run even on real computer? The following sample, part of the zbot family, uses volume CLSID […]

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