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SEP24
Vawtrak trojan spread through malicious Office macros

Users easily tricked, but plenty of opportunity for the malware to be blocked. Researchers at Trend Micro report that the 'Vawtrak' banking trojan now also spreads through Office macros...

The Virus Bulletin
FEB28
Scammers May Use Paris Terrorist Attack to Solicit Fraudulent Donations

Internet Crime complaint Center (FBI)
FEB27
VB2014 paper: Caphaw - the advanced persistent pluginer

Micky Pun and Neo Tan analyse the banking trojan that is best known for spreading through Skype. Since the close of the VB2014 conference in Seattle in October, we have been sharing VB2014...

The Virus Bulletin
FEB27
M3AAWG releases BCP document on dealing with child sexual abuse material

Subject may make many feel uncomfortable, but it is essential that we know how to deal with it. The mere mention of "child pornography" on the Internet makes many a security expert feel...

The Virus Bulletin
FEB26
Hacker group takes over Lenovo's DNS

As emails were sent to wrong servers, DNSSEC might be worth looking into. Although, after some initial hesitation, Lenovo was rather frank in its admission of messing up regarding the Superfish ...

The Virus Bulletin
FEB26
Coordinated action takes down Ramnit botnet infrastructure

Malware remains present on infected machines; 2012 Virus Bulletin paper worth studying. A coordinated action from Anubisnetworks, Microsoft and Symantec, together with Europol has done...

The Virus Bulletin
FEB25
Almost 50% increase in reported vulnerabilities as non-Windows operating systems lead the table

Each discovered vulnerability is actually a good news story. Last week, security firm GFI published some research in which it looked at the number of vulnerabilities reported last year, their ...

The Virus Bulletin
FEB20
Lenovo laptops pre-installed with software that adds its own root CA certificate

Shared root certificate makes for easy man-in-the-middle attacks. What is Superfish? Superfish is a product that offers 'Visual Search'. Say, for example, you are looking at cat photos on the...

The Virus Bulletin