Get your RAT on Pastebin

A dropper we analyzed downloaded the code for part of its payload from Pastebin on the fly. The payload turned out to be a RAT with keylogging capabilities.

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Malware “Eko” affecting French Facebook users

French Facebook users have been falling victim to a new Facebook Messenger “Trojan horse” arriving into their private message (PM) inboxes from network contacts.

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Mobile Menace Monday: You’ve been infected! Or have you?

In the mobile world, most of us have become accustomed to installing apps that display ads in exchange for the them being free. Most ads aren’t too annoying, and for the price it is worth having them displayed. It’s a fair compromise—until the ad servers tell you you’re infected.

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Hosts file hijacks

The hosts file is the internet variant of a personal phonebook. We discuss a few malware variants that replace or change that phonebook, so you end up calling the wrong sites. The ones they want you to call.

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Just For Men website serves malware

The website for Just For Men, a company that sells various products for men, had their website breached and was serving a password stealing Trojan. The malicious code embedded in the WordPress site was part of the EITest campaign and pushed the RIG exploit kit.

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