Spam campaigns in the U.K. are using Office macros to spread the Dridex banking Trojan, researchers at Trustwave report.
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Security researchers are tracking a new version of the Emomet malware that is targeting users’ banking credentials and also has the ability to steal email usernames and passwords, which are then used to send spam from compromised accounts. The new variant of Emomet has mostly been seen targeting users in Germany, but researchers at Microsoft[…]
Researchers have detected a malvertising campaign running on a pair of sites owned by Huffington Post that is using ads distributed through an AOL ad network. The attack is sending victims through a series of redirects that eventually brings them to a landing page that is running an exploit kit.
An analysis of Cryptowall 2.0 reveals that the ransomware relies on complex encryption routines and sandbox detection capabilities to survive. It also uses Tor for command and control, and can execute on 32- and 64-bit systems.
Some Skype users have reported seeing malicious ads inside their Skype clients in recent days that lead to a site that tries to download a fake Adobe or Java update.
Microsoft is warning of a significant uptick in threats tricking users to enable macros and then infecting them with malicious macros files.
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UPDATE: The website of the Internet Systems Consortium, the developers of the BIND DNS software deployed all over the Web, was reportedly infected with malware last week.
The wonderful and terrifying thing about the security world is that things never stay calm for long. As soon as you think you have a chance to catch your breath, someone breaks something and it’s time to scramble again. In 2014, those small moments of downtime were hard to come by.