2017 State of Malware Report

2016 was the year that reminded us how important prevention is, no matter what type of user you may be. Indeed ransomware dominated the threat landscape and was heavily distributed via phishing emails, compromised websites, or malicious ads. With such a threat that encrypts your valuable data, there is often times very little you can do…

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A look back at the Zyns iframer campaign

Behind compromised sites or malvertising, you will often find trails that can take you back years and see how infection chains evolved, or didn’t, over time.

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Zbot with legitimate applications on board

Recently, among the payloads delivered by exploit kits, we often find Terdot.A/Zloader – a downloader installing on the victim machine a ZeuS-based malware.

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VirLocker’s comeback; including recovery instructions

Virlocker is back, the nightmare is still real. But we have found a way to at least recover your important files even if the affected machine can be considered a loss.

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Mobile Menace Monday: AndroRAT Evolved

An increasing amount of mobile malware known as Android/Trojan.AndroRAT has been seen in the wild lately.  AndroRAT is a contraction of Android and RAT (Remote Access Tool).  This piece of malware is far from new, but has gradually become more evolved over the years. AndroRAT History As the story goes (according to its GitHub page),…

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