Blog Posts Tagged with "Sniffer"

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Crisis Malware Threatens Virtualized Environments

August 24, 2012 Added by:Pierluigi Paganini

Crisis Malware is an agent used to spy on victims by intercepting communications, and it is able to open a backdoor on the infected host once the user executes a JAR file made to look like an Adobe Flash Installer. The malware has been developed for several OSs, and a Mac version has been isolated...

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FBI and IC3 Issue Advisory on Revetion Ransomware

August 10, 2012 Added by:Headlines

Reveton is drive-by malware and unlike many viruses which activate when users open a file or attachment. Reveton can install itself when users simply click on a compromised website. Once infected, the computer immediately locks, and the monitor displays a screen stating there has been a violation of federal law...

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ZitMo Trojan Lurks in Android Security Suite Premium App

June 19, 2012 Added by:Headlines

"One of the remote server domains was registered using the same fake data which was used for registering ZeuS C&Cs back in 2011. And the malware’s functionality is almost the same as in old ZitMo samples. Therefore ‘Android Security Suite Premium’ = New ZitMo"...

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Ninety Percent of HTTPS Websites Insecure

May 08, 2012 Added by:Dan Dieterle

Of the 200,000 HTTPS websites tested, only about 10% are properly secured. Changes need to be made to the secure online transaction system. Several of the issues have already been addressed, sadly it seems that the appropriate measures to secure SSL have just not been taken...

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Majority of SpyEye Trojan C and C Located in United States

March 28, 2012 Added by:Headlines

"SpyEye, along with ZeuS, are notorious banking Trojans that have helped thieves steal more than $100 million around the world. Without an end-user PC solution, banks face great difficulty protecting individual customers from the sophisticated threats posed..."

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IC3: Browser Bot Infection and HTML Attachment Malware

March 28, 2012 Added by:Headlines

The open source browser can now function like a bot and accept commands. It can process the content of the current page where it is located, redirect the user, halt the loading of particular pages, steal passwords, run executables, and even kill itself...

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Sophisticated New Zeus Variants Continue to Propagate

February 24, 2012 Added by:Headlines

"Every peer in the botnet can act as a C&C server, while none of them really are one. Bots are now capable of downloading commands, configuration files, and executables from other bots - every compromised computer is capable of providing data to the other bots..."

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Waledac Spam Botnet Evolves into Password Sniffer

February 20, 2012 Added by:Headlines

Researchers form Palo Alto Networks have detected a new variation of the briefly defeated Waledac spamming botnet, but this version is able to sniff out login credentials for several email protocols as well as files with the .dat extension related to BitCoin and FTP...

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Researchers Find LinkedIn Spam Downloads Trojan

August 29, 2011 Added by:Headlines

"These password-stealing Trojans are programmed to insert themselves into the browser stack and can intercept login pages even before they are encrypted by HTTPS... code snippets ask for additional security questions or special passwords, information the password thieves want..."

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SpyEye Trojan Source Code Now in the Wild

August 17, 2011 Added by:Headlines

"Now that SpyEye has been outed, it is only a matter of time before this becomes a much larger malware threat than any we have seen to date. So for the next few months, please hold onto your seats people… this ride is about to get very interesting..."

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