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Write Once, Exploit Everywhere: FireEye Report Analyzes Four Widely Exploited Java Vulnerabilities
26th Jan 2018 [4 months ago] from FireEye Research
Over the last couple of decades, Java has become the lingua franca ofsoftware development, a near-universal platform that works acrossdifferent operating systems and devices. With its “write once, runanywhere” mantra, Java has drawn...
XtremeRAT: Nuisance Or Threat?
26th Jan 2018 [4 months ago] from FireEye Research
Rather than building custom malware, many threat actors behindtargeted attacks use publicly or commercially available remote accessTrojans (RATs). This pre-built malware has all the functionalityneeded to conduct cyber espionage and is...
The 2013 FireEye Advanced Threat Report!
26th Jan 2018 [4 months ago] from FireEye Research
FireEye has just released its 2013 Advanced Threat Report (ATR),which provides a high-level overview of the computer network attacksthat FireEye discovered last year.In this ATR, we focused almost exclusively on a small, but veryimportant...
Operation SnowMan: DeputyDog Actor Compromises US Veterans Of Foreign Wars Website
26th Jan 2018 [4 months ago] from FireEye Research
On February 11, FireEye identified a zero-day exploit(CVE-2014-0322)  being served up from the U.S. Veterans of ForeignWars’ website (vfw[.]org). We believe the attack is a strategic Webcompromise targeting American military personnel...
Operation GreedyWonk: Multiple Economic And Foreign Policy Sites Compromised, Serving Up Flash Zero-Day Exploit
26th Jan 2018 [4 months ago] from FireEye Research
Less than a week after uncovering OperationSnowMan, the FireEye Dynamic Threat Intelligence cloud hasidentified another targeted attack campaign — this one exploiting azero-day vulnerability in Flash. We are collaborating with Adobesecurity...
Background Monitoring On Non-Jailbroken IOS 7 Devices -- And A Mitigation
26th Jan 2018 [4 months ago] from FireEye Research
Background monitoring mobile applications has become a hot topic onmobile devices. Existing reports show that such monitoring can beconducted on jailbroken iOS devices. FireEye mobile securityresearchers have discovered such vulnerability,...
Amazons Mobile Shopping Clients And CAPTCHA
26th Jan 2018 [4 months ago] from FireEye Research
Amazon is a popular online retailer serving millions of users.Unfortunately, FireEye mobile security researchers have found securityissues within Amazon’s mobile apps on both Android and iOS platformsthrough which attackers can crack...
JS-Binding-Over-HTTP Vulnerability And JavaScript Sidedoor: Security Risks Affecting Billions Of Android App Downloads
26th Jan 2018 [4 months ago] from FireEye Research
Third-party libraries, especially ad libraries, are widely used inAndroid apps. Unfortunately, many of them have security and privacyissues. In this blog, we summarize our findings related to theinsecure usage of JavaScript binding in ad...
Trends In Targeted Attacks: 2013
26th Jan 2018 [4 months ago] from FireEye Research
FireEye has been busy over the last year. We have trackedmalware-based espionage campaigns and published research papers onnumerous advanced threat actors. We chopped through PoisonIvy, documented a cyberarms dealer, and revealed that OperationKe3chang...
Android.HeHe: Malware Now Disconnects Phone Calls
26th Jan 2018 [4 months ago] from FireEye Research
FireEye Labs has recently discovered six variants of a new Androidthreat that steals text messages and intercepts phone calls. We namedthis sample set “Android.HeHe” after the name of the activity that isused consistently across all...
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