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  • New FinSpy iOS and Android implants revealed ITW

    FinSpy is used to collect a variety of private user information on various platforms. Since 2011 Kaspersky has continuously monitored the development of this malware and the emergence of new versions in the wild. According to our telemetry, several dozen unique mobile devices have been infected over the past year, with recent activity recorded in Myanmar in June 2019.
  • ‘Twas the night before

    Recently, the United States Cyber Command highlighted several VirusTotal uploads of theirs – and the executable objects relating to 2016 – 2017 NewsBeef/APT33 activity are interesting for a variety of reasons.
  • Sodin ransomware exploits Windows vulnerability and processor architecture

    When Sodin appeared in the first half of 2019, it immediately caught our attention for distributing itself through an Oracle Weblogic vulnerability and carrying out attacks on MSP providers.
  • How we hacked our colleague’s smart home

    In this article, we publish the results of our study of the Fibaro Home Center smart home. We identified vulnerabilities in Fibaro Home Center 2 and Fibaro Home Center Lite version 4.540, as well as vulnerabilities in the online API.
  • Criminals, ATMs and a cup of coffee

    In spring 2019, we discovered a new ATM malware sample written in Java that was uploaded to a multiscanner service from Mexico and later from Colombia. After a brief analysis, it became clear that the malware, which we call ATMJaDi, can cash out ATMs.
  • ViceLeaker Operation: mobile espionage targeting Middle East

    In May 2018, we discovered a campaign targeting dozens of mobile Android devices belonging to Israeli citizens. We decided to call the operation “ViceLeaker”, because of strings and variables in its code.
  • Riltok mobile Trojan: A banker with global reach

    Riltok is one of numerous families of mobile banking Trojans with standard (for such malware) functions and distribution methods. Originally intended to target the Russian audience, the banker was later adapted for the European “market.
  • Not-so-dear subscribers

    Many people have had a run-in with subscriptions to mobile content providers. They appear out of the blue, and get discovered only when account funds run dry. We recently discovered several apps in Play Market directly related to such intrusive services.
  • Plurox: Modular backdoor

    The analysis showed the Backdoor.Win32.Plurox to have a few quite unpleasant features. What’s more, the backdoor is modular, which means that its functionality can be expanded with the aid of plugins.
  • What kids get up to online

    To help children avoid potential dangers in the digital world, parents must understand what their children are interested in, know about the latest online trends, and be aware of ​​what might pose a risk.

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