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.

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A week in security (Apr 17 – Apr 23)

A compilation of notable security news and blog posts from the 17th of April to the 23rd. We focused on the return of Locky ransomware, Moker Trojan, and more.

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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.

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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.

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USPS-themed malspam now delivering 1-2-3 knock-out

We’ve detected an uptick in USPS-themed malspam walloping users with a 1-2-3 knock-out of nasty malware designed to infiltrate your system and steal all your most valuable information. This malware-laced email is actively being distributed with various Subject and Body messages containing references to missing and/or late USPS parcels.

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