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Cryptanalysis Of VSCrypt Ransomware And The Control Sum Cript Algorithm V1.0
14th May 2019 [one month ago] from FireEye Research
IntroductionI was recently sent an email by someone who was hit with a newspecies of ransomware. This one encrypted all of the documents on thesystem, attached the extension .vscrypt to the end, and changed thedesktop wallpaper to a ransom...
Upcoming Jan & Feb Events Where We Are Presenting Research
14th May 2019 [one month ago] from FireEye Research
Weresharing our research at the upcoming ISOI6, the US Dept of DefenseCyber Crime conference, Internet2 Joint Techs, and at ShmooCon. If youare attending any of those events, wed love to meet you in person! Alex talks about McColo, Ill...
On The New Explorer XML Zero Day
14th May 2019 [one month ago] from FireEye Research
See update below!Shadowserver is reporting  on websites serving up a newzero day Internet Explorer exploit involving XML (see also SecurityFocus and an initial so-far-sketchy Microsoft advisory).  For the sake of ourcustomers (and...
Article On How To Use Memoryze And Audit Viewer For Malware Analysis
14th May 2019 [one month ago] from FireEye Research
I know not everyone reads OpenRCE, but it has been a favorite hauntof mine since Pedram launched it. Over the holiday, I posted anarticle there about how to use Memoryze and Audit Viewer to domalware analysis since that has always been...
Gumblar... Not Gumby!
14th May 2019 [one month ago] from FireEye Research
Ok, I admit this blog post is not about our childhood TV friend,Gumby... Instead its about a much more sinister character, Gumblar its malware henchmen... Originally making its debutback in March/April of this year (see here andhere)and...
Microsoft Patches ‘Wormable’ Flaw In Windows XP, 7 And Windows 2003
14th May 2019 [one month ago] from Krebsonsecurity
Microsoft today is taking the unusual step of releasing security updates for unsupported but still widely-used Windows operating systems like XP and Windows 2003, citing the discovery of a "wormable" flaw that the company says could be...
Plead Malware Distributed Via MitM Attacks At Router Level, Misusing ASUS WebStorage
14th May 2019 [one month ago] from ESET Research
ESET researchers have discovered that the attackers have been distributing the Plead malware via compromised routers and man-in-the-middle attacks against the legitimate ASUS WebStorage software The post Plead malware distributed via MitM...
Verizon’s Data Breach Report: What The Numbers Say
13th May 2019 [one month ago] from ESET Research
What are some of the most interesting takeaways from Verizon’s latest annual security report? The post Verizons data breach report: What the numbers say appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
Nine Charged In Alleged SIM Swapping Ring
10th May 2019 [2 months ago] from Krebsonsecurity
Eight Americans and an Irishman have been charged with wire fraud this week for allegedly hijacking mobile phones through SIM-swapping, a form of fraud in which scammers bribe or trick employees at mobile phone stores into seizing control...
Types Of Backup And Five Backup Mistakes To Avoid
10th May 2019 [2 months ago] from ESET Research
What are the main types of backup operations and how to avoid the sinking feeling of realizing that you may not get your data back? The post Types of backup and five backup mistakes to avoid appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
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