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Another day, another acronym to remember. This one is important, though, as the prevalence of SEP is on the increase. Security firm Imperva released a report on search engine poisoning, which, in summary, is a manipulation of search engine result, …
Posted in Malware Tagged Search Engine Poisoning, SEP
A clever exfiltration technique was specifically targeted at Microsoft Hotmail users, though Microsoft has already patched the exploit which could be triggered simply by opening a message.
Posted in Malware Tagged Exfiltration exploit, Hotmail, scripting
VirusTotal has become the latest well-known website to have a fake version put up by hackers wishing to infect you with a drive-by exploit that will turn your computer into a zombie as part of a botnet.
Apple finally come clean on the Mac Defender Malware issue, and release both a Knowledge Base article and a promise to detect and remove in the next OS X update.
Posted in Malware Tagged Apple Mac, Mac Defender, Mac Protector, Mac Security, MacDefender, MacProtector, MacSecurity, OS X
With security companies seeing the highest malware samples per day ever (at around 73,000 samples per day), one particular thing to look out for is fake antivirus offerings.
Posted in Malware Tagged beware fake av, fake antivirus, malware, RogueAV