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Another Darkleech Campaign
26th Jan 2018 [10 months ago] from FireEye Research
Last week got us up close and personal with Darkleech and Blackholewith our external careers web site.The fun didn’t end there, this week we saw a tidal wave of Darkleechactivity linked to a large-scale malvertisingcampaign identified...
ASLR Bypass Apocalypse In Recent Zero-Day Exploits
26th Jan 2018 [10 months ago] from FireEye Research
ASLR (Address Space Layout Randomization) is one of the mosteffective protection mechanisms in modern operation systems. But it’snot perfect. Many recent APT attacks have used innovative techniquesto bypass ASLR.Here are just a few interesting...
Ad Vulna: A Vulnaggressive (Vulnerable & Aggressive) Adware Threatening Millions
26th Jan 2018 [10 months ago] from FireEye Research
FireEye researchers have discovered a rapidly-growing class ofmobile threats represented by a popular ad library affecting appswith over 200 million downloads in total. This ad library,anonymized as Vulna, is aggressive at collectingsensitive...
Technical Analysis Of CVE-2013-3147
26th Jan 2018 [10 months ago] from FireEye Research
In July, Microsoft released a patch fora memory-corruption vulnerability in the Internet Explorer (IE) Webbrowser. The vulnerability enabled remote attackers to executearbitrary code or cause a denial of service through a crafted orcompromised...
Operation DeputyDog: Zero-Day (CVE-2013-3893) Attack Against Japanese Targets
26th Jan 2018 [10 months ago] from FireEye Research
FireEye hasdiscovered a campaign leveraging the recently announced zero-dayCVE-2013-3893. This campaign, which we have labeled ‘OperationDeputyDog, began as early as August 19, 2013 and appears to havetargeted organizations in Japan....
Hand Me Downs: Exploit And Infrastructure Reuse Among APT Campaigns
26th Jan 2018 [10 months ago] from FireEye Research
Since we first reported on OperationDeputyDog, at least three other Advanced Persistent Threat(APT) campaigns known as Web2Crew, Taidoor, and th3bug have made useof the same exploit to deliver their own payloads to their owntargets. It...
Evasive Tactics: Taidoor
26th Jan 2018 [10 months ago] from FireEye Research
The Taidoor malware has been used in many ongoing cyber espionagecampaigns. Its victims include government agencies, corporateentities, and think tanks, especially those with interests in Taiwan.[1] In a typical attack, targets receive...
Darkleech Says Hello
26th Jan 2018 [10 months ago] from FireEye Research
Theres never a dull day at FireEye -- even onthe weekends. At approximately 7:29 AM PDT today, we were notified byseveral security researchers that a fireeye[.]com/careers HR link wasinadvertently serving up a drive-by download exploit. Our...
The Sunshop Campaign Continues
26th Jan 2018 [10 months ago] from FireEye Research
We recently detected what we believe is a continuation of the Sunshopcampaign that we first revealed on May 20, 2013.This follow-on to the Sunshop campaign started on July 17, 2013. Inthis latest wave the attackers inserted malicious redirects...
Survival Of The Fittest: New York Times Attackers Evolve Quickly
26th Jan 2018 [10 months ago] from FireEye Research
The attackers behind the breach of the New York Times’ computernetwork late last year appear to be mounting fresh assaults thatleverage new and improved versions of malware.The new campaigns mark the first significant stirrings from thegroup...
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