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New Javascript malware in email "Contract"

MX Lab, http://www.mxlab.eu, started to intercept a new malware distribution campaign by email with the subject “Contract”.

This email is send from the different spoofed email address and has the following body – each time signed with a different name at the end: 63 palabras más

Virus

New Javacsript malware in email "Statement" with monthly financial statement

MX Lab, http://www.mxlab.eu, started to intercept a new malware distribution campaign by email with the subject “Statement”.

This email is send from the different spoofed email address and has the following body – each time signed with a different name at the end: 70 palabras más

Virus

“Statement” email subject can leads to Ransomware infection–24 Aug 2016

Introduction:

Fake statement alert with the subject of “Statement” sent on 24th August pretending to come from @vdc.vn domain (or random senders) with a zip attachment contains .JS (Java Script) file, is another one from the current bot runs which try to download various Trojans and and ransomware like Locky, cryptolocker or Teslacrypt. 580 palabras más

Spam

Email with subject “Paymen” and “Bilip” leads to install malware

Introduction:

Fake invoice/payment alert with the subject of “Paymen” or “Bilip” pretending to come from Nick Hayward <fin@ligbron.co.za> (or random senders) with a macro enables malicious word file attachment is another one from the current bot runs which try to download various Trojans and password stealers especially banking Trojans like Dridex or Dyreza and ransomware like Locky, cryptolocker or Teslacrypt. 494 palabras más

Alert

First Twitter-controlled Android botnet discovered

Android/Twitoor is a backdoor capable of downloading other malware onto an infected device. It has been active for around one month. This malicious app can’t be found on any official Android app store – it probably spreads by SMS or via malicious URLs. 387 palabras más

Security News

Email subject containing “Re: your domain> charge on my card leads to install malware

Introduction:

Fake credit card transaction alert email with the subject of “Re: <your domain> charge on my card leads” pretending to come from chris_yamaguchi@mail.goo.ne.jp (or random senders) with a macro enables word document attachment is another one from the current bot runs which try to download various Trojans and password stealers especially banking Trojans like Dridex or Dyreza and ransomware like Locky, crypto locker or Teslacrypt. 414 palabras más

Spam Mail

New Linux trojan can transform your system into botnet

A new Linux trojan has emerged to create peer-to-peer (P2P) botnets directly on your system. This malware was initially spotted as Drupal ransomware to affect some old websites. 19 palabras más

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