Win32/TrojanDownloader.Bredolab.AA

Coreflood dries up

The US Department of Justice's announcement yesterday of the takedown of the command and  control (C&C) servers for the Coreflood bots (detected by ESET as Win32/AFCore) and seizure of their domains marks another step in the growing awareness that crime, whether it is committed with bullets or with botnets, is still crime.  This particular botnet,

ThreatSense.Net® Report for July

Our July ThreatSense.Net® report has been released today, and will eventually be available from the Threat Center page here. Most of the top ten entries are old friends: well, familiar names might be a better way of putting it. One of the disadvantages of having a scanner that makes heavy use of advanced heuristics is

Bredolab meets Best of Breed

ESET in Bratislava have just issued a press release concerning Win32/TrojanDownloader.Bredolab.AA, which made the top ten threat listing in our June ThreatSense.Net® report, as mentioned here. While press releases aren’t always our biggest priority on the ThreatBlog, this is certainly a research issue, and one in which many people have expressed an interest. The lab tells

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