New Exploit Kit, Ransomware and AV evasion

Ransomware is still going strong and infecting countless PCs. We happened to stumble upon an interesting sample part of the Urausy family which bypassed detection on all major antivirus products for almost an entire day before slowly being detected. In this post we will give some information on its background (where it came from) and…

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High Exposure

Bill Gates is the latest victim of a series of hacks targeting celebrities and getting their private information exposed to the world. A group of hackers who already published Social Security Numbers, Credit Reports and banking details, addresses etc. for several other high profiles, is still enjoying an undisrupted run. Equifax recently confirmed being breached…

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Bsides SF: The Aftermath

A few weeks back, we told everyone we were going to BSides to do things like meet awesome people and give some talks. Well we are back now and ready to tell you all about it.

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Obfuscation: Malware’s best friend

Here at Malwarebytes, we see a lot of malware. Whether it’s a botnet used to attack web servers or a ransomware stealing your files, much of today’s malware wants to stay hidden during infection and operation to prevent removal and analysis. Malware achieves this using many techniques

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Dangerous beans: Oracle deep in the storm

Last week security researchers from FireEye discovered a new Java exploit that works against the latest versions of Java (version 6 update 41 and version 7 updated 15) making this a zero-day. The flaw is not just a proof of concept but has been spotted in the wild and it will be just a matter…

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