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December 2007

More Nuwar for the New Year

The gang behind the Nuwar threat (also called Storm Worm or Zhelatin) has been very active during the holidays.  They have been sending numerous waves of spam in an attempt to infect as many users as possible. The gang is taking advantage of the fact that a lot of researchers are taking some time off

Beware of Imposters

There seems to be a common belief that malware only lands on a computer through e-mails. This is far from being the case. Our ThreatSense statistics shows that a lot of Internet users fall for social engineering on web pages and are tricked into installing fake programs. As David Harley pointed out on his blog

New Nuwar for Christmas

At midnight GMT time, we started receiving reports of a new wave of Nuwar e-mails.  The e-mails contain the following text trying to convince a user into visiting a malicious website:     This Christmas, we want to show you something you will really enjoy. This might not be fun for the whole family, but

Auto-Infect

PLEEEEASE Infect me   This is what Windows says when you install it. You see, there is a default setting called “autorun” that will automatically run a program when you insert a CD or DVD or thumb drive into your computer. The idea is that you put the media in there to run a program,

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