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Another new year is almost upon us. Or at least that’s what the distributors of Rogue:Win32/Winwebsec would have us believe – releasing a new branding System Doctor 2014 just prior to the middle of 2013. Figure 1: System Doctor 2014 user interface For some time, Winwebsec has had only one branding active at a time. […]

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ESET has discovered a new version of the Delphi infector, Win32/Induc. Unlike its predecessors, however, this variant incorporates a seriously malicious payload and has acquired some extra file infection and self-replicative functionality. Two years ago, we published comprehensive information (here , here, and here) about the virus Win32/Induc.A, which infected Delphi files at compile-time. Though […]

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In 1999, a new virus, Win32/Crypto, was discovered. It was using brute-force attacks against its encryption key to decrypt its body. Today, in 2011, variants of Win32/Alureon are bringing this old-school technique back to life, with some extra naughtiness, as you will see below. While working recently on different Win32/Alureon samples, we noticed some behaviour […]

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