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Carberp Gang Evolution: CARO 2012 presentation

The latest research on the Win32 Carberp gang and the technicalities and evolution of the malware, as presented at CARO 2012.

Facebook Worm: ZeuS is not your (FB) Friend

CSIS have reported a worm that really does spread through Facebook…but it’s unsafe to use VirusTotal to compare product detection.

Come along, little doggy, come along

The most common malware technique for avoiding detection is to create loads of “fresh” variants. Actually, the component that changes so frequently is the packer – the outer layer of the malware, used by malware authors to encrypt the malware and make it harder to detect – whilst the functionality of the malicious code inside

Supertrojan Supersighs Me

Zeus-associated malware (and that includes SpyEye and “SpyZeuS”) isn’t supernaturally difficult to detect. It is, however, pretty adaptive and has introduced, from time to time, some innovative counter-detection techniques.

Dr. Zeus: the Bot in the Hat

…behaviour like this has been observed in other versions of Zeus. The really interesting discovery in this case is associated with the way in which these samples search for logical devices attached to an infected computer….

European Cybercriminal Gangs Target Middle America SMBs

 Better get your CFO to review UCC Article 4A and realign protocols with your business bank – The clear and present danger to our banking through malware hits at the heart of our economy: the SMB. Stealthy malware-based theft of funds start the clock ticking much quicker than most SMB owners realize and without action

Seasonal Gratings

I'm not exactly taking time off for the holiday: I have too many deadlines to meet. Let's hope the bad guys will be taking some time out to sing carols (or maybe pirate shanties) around the Christmas tree, though. (A forlorn hope: on another screen, I see I have a lengthy list of today's Zeus

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