Another OSX.Dok dropper found installing new backdoor

On Friday a sophisticated Mac Trojan was discovered, called OSX.Dok, which installs malware designed to intercept all HTTP and HTTPS traffic. This morning, Adam Thomas, a Malwarebytes researcher, found a variant of the OSX.Dok dropper that behaves altogether differently and installs a completely different payload.

Read more

New OSX.Dok malware intercepts web traffic

Most Mac malware tends to be unsophisticated. Although it has some rather unpolished and awkward aspects, a new piece of Mac malware, dubbed OSX.Dok, breaks out of that typical mold.

Read more

A story of fonts by the EITest HoeflerText campaign

The HoeflerText campaign is known for a fake font download that delivers the Spora ransomware. But did you know it also uses special characters in the dropper’s file name?

Read more

Elusive Moker Trojan is back

We finally have gotten our hands on a sample of Moker Trojan (that was discovered in 2015). This article will be a deep dive in its capabilities.

Read more

Binary Options malvertising campaign drops ISFB banking Trojan

We take a look at a widespread and yet stealthy malvertising campaign distributing the ISFB banking Trojan via decoy websites.

Read more

Cybersecurity info you can’t do without

Want to stay informed on the latest news in cybersecurity? Sign up for our newsletter and learn how to protect your computer from threats.

Select your language