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Operators again revive Pushdo botnet, use a popular tactic to stay hidden
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Years-long malware operation hides njRAT in cracked hacking tools

Malicious actors have been secretly embedding the njRAT remote access trojan in free hacking tools as well as cracks of those tools, in a bid to compromise anyone who downloads this software from various websites and forums. Essentially, this adversary is trying to turn other hackers into victims, taking over their machines for reasons that could…
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Malicious developer creates wormable, fileless variant of njRAT

Researchers last week detected a new, fileless version of the malicious remote access tool njRAT that propagates as a worm via removable drives. Also known as BLADABINDI or njw0rm, the njRAT acts as a backdoor, capable of cyber espionage, keylogging, distributed denial of service attacks, retrieving and executing files, and stealing credentials from web browsers. This…
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Study: Ransomware generates most interest among underground forum users

An analysis of 3.9 million online posts published on underground forums found that ransomware, crypters and trojans were the most frequently referenced categories of malware and malicious tools – an indication of their popularity among forum visitors and potential cybercriminals. Web shells, remote access trojans, adware, computer viruses, FUD (fully undetectable) crypters, exploit kits and rootkits – in that…
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Pyramid scheme: AnubisSpy Android malware steals data, seemingly links to old Sphinx campaign

A newly discovered Android spyware that victimizes Arabic-speakers has been potentially linked to the 2014-15 Sphinx cyber espionage campaign, which was launched by the threat group APT-C-15 to target PC users in the Middle East. In a Dec. 19 blog post and accompanying technical brief, researchers from Trend Micro’s Mobile Threat Response Team revealed their findings after analyzing seven apps…
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