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We recently came across the file 1ac150ddb964722b6b7c96808763b3e4d0472daf during the course of regular research. We detect this file as Trojan:Win32/Preflayer.A. The file had been distributed with the file name FlashPlayer.exe and not surprisingly, when executed, it shows the following GUI, partly written in Turkish:  Obviously, it’s disguised as an Adobe Flash Player 11 installer. The text section of […]

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On March 4th we spotted a large number of unusual emails being blocked by our Linux Mail Security product. The emails all contained the same PDF attachment (MD5: 97b720519aefa00da58026f03d818251) but were being sent from many different source addresses. The emails were written in German and most were sent from German IP addresses. Below is a […]

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What do you see here?A free AV product protecting a Windows XP machine, right? No, actually it?s malware ? a Brazilian Trojan banker coming via email and then using a masquerade to stay in the system. The malware is 386Kb only, written in Delphi, and comes via an email together with a bunch of many […]

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