• This ZBOT variant was used in a spam run which takes advantage of the UK Tax Return deadline. The said spam message purports to come from HM Revenue and Customs in the UK and informs users of a certain VAT return receipt.
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  • This ZBOT variant was used in a spam run which takes advantage of the UK Tax Return deadline. The said spam message purports to come from HM Revenue and Customs in the UK and informs users of a certain VAT return receipt.
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  • This malware was found to be hosted on certain compromised South Korean websites. Aside from stealing credentials from specific online games, it also downloads a backdoor detected as BKDR_TENPEQ.
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  • This spyware is related to the bogus project dubbed as flashplayerwindows.When executed, it connects to Google Code to download other files.
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  • This FARFEIT variant is the final payload of a Blackhole Exploit Kit related spam run.To get a one-glance comprehensive view of the behavior of this Spyware, refer to the Threat Diagram shown below.
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  • This malware is related to the malicious link spammed via Facebook that allegedly points to a video recording of a young woman committing suicide on camera. When executed it drops malicious files and installs bogus browser plugins detected as JS_FEBUSER.
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  • This malware is related to the Blackhole Exploit kit spam campaign on July 2013. This campaign used the birth of the Royal Baby and the controversy of the movie Ender's Game as lures.
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  • This malware is related to a spammed message that leverages the news on “Royal Baby." The said spammed message lures users in accessing the related blog which is in actual redirects to a malicious URL.
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  • This is a malicious applet that downloads and executes a file infector detected as PE_EXPIRO.JX-O.
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  • This file infector arrives via malicious Java applet. Once it infects a system, it seeks out executable files in all available drives, making it easy to propagate especially to other computers that are sharing folders over a network.
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