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A New Twist on DNS NXDOMAIN DDoS

DDoS attacks are increasing in scale and complexity, threatening to overwhelm the internal resources of businesses around the world. The F5® Silverline® Security Operations Center (SOC) recently saw a new distributed... Read more
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F5 SOC webinject Analysis

Recently several e-banking Trojans (Dyre, Cridex, and Tinba, for instance) have used script injection techniques to modify the original web page. The modification may enable the attacker to perform money transactions using victims’ credentials.... Read more
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Domain name holders hit with personalized, malware-laden suspension notices

This according to Zeljka Zorz, HNS Managing Editor from Help Net Security. In his article, Zeljka mention that new email spam campaign has been spotted targeting domain name holders, trying to trick them into downloading malware on their systems.... Read more
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Slave Malware Analysis

During the last couple of weeks, Nathan Jester, Elman Reyes, Julia Karpin and Pavel Asinovsky got together to investigate the new “Slave” banking Trojan. According to their research, the early version of the Slave performed IBAN swapping in two... Read more
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Slave – IBAN swap, persistency and Zeus-style webinject

Slave is a financial malware written in visual basic. It was first seen around March 2015 and has undergone a significant evolution. Slave conducts its attack by hooking the Internet browser functions and manipulating their code for various... Read more
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Dyre Malware Analysis

Dyre, also known as Dyreza, is a banking Trojan that was first seen around June 2014. With the combination of its ability to steal login credentials by browser hooking and bypassing SSL, its man-in-the-middle (MITM) proxy server, and its Remote... Read more
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Tinba Malware – New, Improved, Persistent

As investigated by Pavel Asinovsky, F5 SOC Malware Researcher, Tinba, also known as “Tinybanker”, “Zusy” and “HµNT€R$”, is a banking Trojan that was first seen in the wild around May 2012. Its source code was leaked in July 2014.... Read more
Average Rating: 4.9
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iBanking Malware Analysis

iBanking is malware that runs on Android mobile devices. It is delivered via a new variant of the computer banking Trojan Qadars, which deceives users into downloading iBanking malware on to their android device. It can be used with any malware... Read more
Average Rating: 4.9
4 Reviews