• This malware was involved in a malicious spam attack targeting Walmart customers on May 2013. It takes advantage of certain vulnerabilities to download and execute malware onto affected systems, causing malicious routines to be exhibited.
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  • This malware was involved in an attack targeting Banco de Brasil users during May 2013. It came bundled as a plugin for a customized banking browser.
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  • This malicious script was inserted onto a legitimate website of the US Department of Labor and downloads a Poison Ivy backdoor.To get a one-glance comprehensive view of the behavior of this Trojan, refer to the Threat Diagram shown below.
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  • This backdoor was downloaded by a malicious script hosted on a compromised website of the US Department of Labor.To get a one-glance comprehensive view of the behavior of this Backdoor, refer to the Threat Diagram shown below.
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  • This malware uses multi-protocol instant-messaging applications in order to propagate itself. It also has backdoor routines that steal login information from the affected system's browsers.
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  • This malware is the final payload of a targeted attack campaign leveraging the April 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing. It downloads malicious files onto the systems it infects.
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  • This malware connects to a blogging service to receive and perform commands from remote malicious users. Due to this, it is able to perform actions on the affected system without user authorization, such as downloading and executing files, as well as steal certain information about the system itself.
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  • This backdoor is served via a spammed message that leads to a Blackhole Exploit Kit. It monitors the Internet Explorer address bar and title bar for strings that are related to certain banking websites.
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  • This malware is involved in a malicious spam campaign leveraging the April 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing. It takes advantage of certain software vulnerabilities to download malicious files onto the affected system.
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  • This malware is involved in a malicious spam campaign leveraging the April 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing. It has the ability to steal login credentials to File Transfer Protocol (FTP) clients or file manager software installed in the affected system, as well as receive and perform commands from remote malicious users.
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