Let’s see if that spam was malicious. Check out the video below:
Wow, it’s been like a month since I’ve posted here. I was busy upgrading my uncles entire network. Anyway, here’s fun with spam Episode 3 part1. In this episode we start loading spam without any antivirus. Trojan Zbot makes appearance and we start the cleanup process with Trend Micro’s House call.
Here is part 4 of the video series – “Video Request: Comodo Internet Security 2013 vs. Malware”. It’s pretty long…like 30+ minutes. In this video we quickly touch on Comodo Cleaning Essentials, Kill Switch, Defense+ and the Comodo Rescue Disc. Enjoy.
Hi guys. I’ve been working on a video request: “test comodo 6 like you’re older reviews with Malwarebytes after.” Here are the first 3 parts. I’m working on part 4 tonight.
Last night I made a little video called “What’s in my pocket”. It’s basically a very quick explanation of the tools I use everyday. If you think I should include something in my toolkit please leave a comment below.
In the news – Trojan Nap, Microsoft and Symantec Give the Beat Down on a Botnet, China is 55% Infected
Malware that takes a nap… Trojan Nap evades behavioral anti-malware by performing a few functions and then it stops executing anything for 10 minutes. Pretty nifty stuff - http://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/view/30622/malware-takes-a-nap-to-avoid-detection/ Microsoft and Symantec Give the Beat Down on a Botnet It’s tag team time! Oh yeah! Microsoft and Symantec got bored and decided to shutdown a botnet named Bamital. Bamital [...]
In the news – XSS Scripting Attacks Up 160% in 2012, Java 7 Update 11 Still Vulnerable to Malware and More
XSS Scripting Attacks Up 160% in 2012 I’m always curious as to how so many fully patched webservers are getting hijacked. Here’s a great explanation and some 2012 statistics of Cross-site scripting. Java 7 Update 11 Still Vulnerable to Malware Arstechnica points out that Java’s latest update (7-11) is still exploitable. Why do I get the [...]
Yesterday it came to my attention that some downloads of Combofix had been infected with Sality malware. You can read the official post here from Grinler over at bleepingcomputer. Grinler states that… “The minute we heard about this, we pulled the executable so that it is no longer available from BleepingComputer.com. Unfortunately we have [...]
Last night I sat down to use my desktop PC. I hadn’t been on it for a few days since I usually use my laptop. I opened Chrome and did a search and was immediately presented with multiple Adbars and popunders. I was like wtf!!! Now, I knew I hadn’t done this but I had an [...]
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