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TDL4: Less hype, more history

I don’t think there’s such a thing as an indestructible botnet. TDSS is somewhat innovative. It’s introduced new twists on old ideas like P2P networks and hiding malware.

TDL4 revisited

I just saw an article by Mathew Schwartz for Information Week focused on a series of articles by Aleksandr Matrosov, Eugene Rodionov and myself for Infosec Institute. The articles are actually based on previous analyses of TDL3 and TDL4 by Aleksandr and Eugene, but even if you’ve seen those, you might find the aggregation of older

TDL4 and Glubteba: Piggyback PiggyBugs

My colleague Aleksandr Matrosov today received an interesting sample of TDL4 from another of my colleagues, Pierre-Marc Bureau: this sample downloads and install another malicious program, Win32/Glupteba.D. This was the first instance he’d come across of TDL4 used to install other malware, and here's his account of what he found. A sample of Win32/Olmarik.AOV was

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