Malware

  • This malware is related to the recent BlackEnergy targeted attacks that affected industries in Ukraine. To get a one-glance comprehensive view of the behavior of this Trojan, refer to the Threat Diagram shown below.
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  • This malware is related to the recent BlackEnergy targeted attacks that affected industries in Ukraine.To get a one-glance comprehensive view of the behavior of this Rootkit, refer to the Threat Diagram shown below.
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  • This malware is the final payload to the recent BlackEnergy targeted attacks that affected industries in Ukraine. The threat actors behind this attack normally use Excel files as part of their social engineering lure.
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  • This is the detection for another variant of ransomware dubbed as “magic ransomware,” which may be the updated version of EDA2. EDA2 is an open source ransomware created by Utkusen.
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  • This is the Trend Micro detection for the latest variant of ransomware that is written in JavaScript. Based on reports, it has capabilities to run on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
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  • This malware is related to the compromised blog page of the UK news media website, "The Independent." Users who visited the hacked page are redirected to sites hosting Angler Exploit Kit.
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  • Makers of this ransomware scares users by claiming that it posts online all files that it locks and encrypts. It also invites its victims to be affiliated with its makers.
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  • This malware is related to the DRIDEX spam runs that used financial matters as its social engineering ploy. These spam emails have Word and Excel file documents which contain the macro that downloads DRIDEX.
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  • This spyware is one of the many DRIDEX variants that have been found in spam runs in November 2015. The said spam runs were observed after the takedown of a DRIDEX botnet.
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  • This malware is related to the DRIDEX spam runs that used financial matters as its social engineering ploy. These spam emails have Word and Excel file documents which contain the macro that downloads DRIDEX.
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