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In early April, Kaspersky experts discovered a mass e-mailing campaign sending messages with a malicious PDF attached. The attackers are taking aim at companies: a dangerous document is attached to business correspondence (we saw e-mails written in English, German, Italian and French). The objective of the campaign is to infect victims’ computers with the QBot […]

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Android users are often advised to get mobile apps from Google Play, the company’s official app marketplace, to minimize the possibility of downloading malware. After all, Google analyzes apps before allowing them on the market. Unfortunately, time after time, we read about malware peddlers finding ways around that vetting process. “Distribution through droppers on official […]

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Most mass malicious mailing campaigns are very primitive and hardly diverse, with the content limited to several sentences offering the user to download archives that supposedly contain some urgent bills or unpaid fines. The email messages may contain no signatures or logos, with typos and other errors being fairly common. These mailings may target individual […]

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