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Kaspersky Uncovers Active Cyber-Espionage Attacks Targeting South Korean Think-Tanks

September 11, 2013 Added by:InfosecIsland News

Kaspersky Lab has uncovered details of an ongoing cyber-espionage campaign targeting South Korean think tanks.

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Carberp Botnet Lifecycle Infographic

July 02, 2013 Added by:Tripwire Inc

Carberp is sophisticated, modular and persistent malware utilizing advanced obfuscation techniques to evade detection, removal and the ability to disable anti-virus. It also offers malware developers the ability to customize the malicious package statically as well as dynamically via a remote command and control server.

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Mobile Security Processes Could Be Applied to Medical Devices: Bluebox

May 10, 2013 Added by:Steve Ragan

Before malware could become a threat to medical devices, Adam Ely said attackers would have to write malware specifically targeted to these devices and organizations; or the devices would have to adopt a standard platforms and software.

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New Approaches for Blocking Zero-Day Exploits to Prevent APTs

April 16, 2013 Added by:George Tubin

Cybercriminals continue to develop new methods to bypass security controls in order to install malware on corporate endpoints. An endpoint protection approach that provides both effectiveness and manageability must begin with an understanding of the attack vectors that require mitigation.

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New Malware Targets POS Systems and ATMs, Hits Major US Banks

March 27, 2013 Added by:Infosec Island

A new malware targeting point-of-sale (POS) systems and ATMs has stolen payment card information from several US banks, researchers say. The author behind the malware appears to have links to a Russian cyber-crime gang.

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Из России с любовью - "From Russia With Love"

March 15, 2013 Added by:Krypt3ia

A site popped up with the domain name exposed.su and within the pages (other than malware lurking for an IE exploit) sits all kinds of personal financial data for famous people. Among the people hit on this site were the likes of Hillary Clinton, Al Gore, FBI Director Mueller and others.

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New York Times Attacks Show Need For New Security Defenses

February 01, 2013 Added by:Infosec Island

The recent attacks against the New York Times allegedly carried out by the Chinese military highlight the importance of layered security to protect sensitive systems and data.

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Android Phones in China Hit by Most Costly Malware in History

February 01, 2013 Added by:Dan Dieterle

China may be the source for a lot of international cyber attacks and malware, but they get hit by it too. 620,000 Android phones in China were infected with a nasty virus that collects personal information and begins to send costly text messages to benefit the malware maker...

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Resource: Defeating Advanced Persistent Threat Malware

January 29, 2013 Added by:Infosec Island

Attacks can come from anywhere. Even more daunting is that not all malware is alike. Learn about battling advanced threats and the progressive strategies to battle malware from this new white paper.

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Trojans for the Bundestag – German PD acquired Finfisher

January 29, 2013 Added by:Don Eijndhoven

German political platform NetzPolitik.org has now uncovered secret documents belonging to the Ministry of Finance, that the Ministry of the Interior sent to the Bundestag (the political seat of Germany) that reveals the German Federal Police’s intention to use Gamma Group’s Finfisher spyware...

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The Rise of Exploit Kits According to Solutionary SERT

January 28, 2013 Added by:Pierluigi Paganini

The report revealed the surprising efficiency of well-known vulnerabilities usually included in the popular exploits sold in the underground, around 60% are more than two years old, and 70% of the exploit kits analyzed (26) were released or created in Russia...

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Malware Forensics Field Guide for Windows Systems: Digital Forensics

January 22, 2013 Added by:Ben Rothke

The book is not meant as an introductory text, rather as a reference for experienced professionals. For such a reader, they will likely find the Malware Forensics Field Guide for Windows Systems to be an invaluable reference...

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New Variant of Shylock Banking Malware Spread via Skype

January 20, 2013 Added by:Pierluigi Paganini

The first version of the malware demonstrated an improved methodology for injecting code into browsers to remotely control the victim's device and an improved evasion technique to prevent detection by common antivirus software...

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RBN Connection to Kaspersky's Red October Espionage Network

January 15, 2013 Added by:Jeffrey Carr

Kaspersky made an astonishing announcement today with its discovery of a sophisticated cyber espionage network (most likely Russian) that has been operating since May 2007 and continues to this day. It has successfully infiltrated embassies, research organizations, military and government agencies, energy facilities (including nuclear power plants) predominantly in the Commonwealth of Independent ...

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Bug Bounty Programs - As a Service?

January 02, 2013 Added by:Rafal Los

Now, admittedly you already probably know I'm not a huge proponent of "bug bounty" programs, as I see the abuses and failure potential outweigh the redemption value in the cases I've seen outside of the few 'big names'... but this caught my attention because they may actually be onto something.

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Would a Malware BuyBack Program Work?

December 27, 2012 Added by:Jeffrey Carr

Most malware writers just want to be paid for their research; something that isn't happening frequently enough or at a rate that's considered fair by the researchers. As a result, some of those researchers are exploring grey markets in offensive malware development or are selling 0-days to clients...

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