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Another OSX.Dok dropper found installing new backdoor

On Friday a sophisticated Mac Trojan was discovered, called OSX.Dok, which installs malware designed to intercept all HTTP and HTTPS traffic. This morning, Adam Thomas, a Malwarebytes researcher, found a variant of the OSX.Dok dropper that behaves altogether differently and installs a completely different payload. Distribution method This variant has the same form as the dropper […]

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A week in security (Apr 24 – Apr 30)

Last week we gave some important tips on how to secure your privay on Android and we warned our readers about a new iCloud scam and unraveled a new Mac Malware known as OSX.Dok. Tech support scammers can be very convincing, so we showed you how you can determine whether you are dealing with the actual company […]

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Use of DNS Tunneling for C&C Communications

– Say my name. – 127.0.0.1! – You are goddamn right. Network communication is a key function for any malicious program. Yes, there are exceptions, such as cryptors and ransomware Trojans that can do their job just fine without using the Internet. However, they also require their victims to establish contact with the threat actor […]