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Shortcut files have recently become a common vehicle used in targeted attacks to deliver malware into organizations. Symantec has observed a variety of ways shortcut files are being used to penetrate networks, such as the one described in a previous blog. We recently came across another example of how this file type is being used […]

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There's a rather large malvertising-driven attack running at the moment, that's attempting to trick people into installing or upgrading a fake version of Java. It looks pretty believable, if you disregard the domain name (tartd.info having no obvious linguistic connection to "Java"): (The fine print at the bottom, if you're having trouble reading it, says […]

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Since the beginning of the year, Japanese one-click fraud scammers have continued to pump new apps onto Google Play and the market has struggled to keep itself clean. Though many are removed on the day they are published, some remain for a few days. Although they have short lives, the apps must provide ample profit […]

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