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#g data researchers discovered a 64.8 percent #spike of new #malware strains as compared to the first half of 2014. This averages out to 12 new strains per minute. In all, the total number of malware strains this year is expected to be well above the level of 2014, with the U.S., China and France […]

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Malicious #rich text format (#rtf) documents are often used to spread #malware, and a recent #attack #campaign targeting the Israeli public sector has been using RTF files to inject the ##zeus trojan. Security researchers at Check Point have identified a series of attacks after a high-profile client submitted a malicious RTF file for analysis. The […]

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Evgeniy Mikhailovich Bogachev, using the nicknames “lucky12345” and “slavik,” is allegedly involved in a wide-ranging racketeering enterprise that installed malicious software known as “Zeus” on victims’ computers, according to the FBI. The well-known banking Trojan was used to capture bank account numbers, passwords, personal identification numbers, and other information to log into online banking accounts. […]

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