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Ashwin K. Vamshi

Kaspersky Labs recently posted a report on a highly advanced cyberespionage group named Equation and also detailed several malware families used by this group.

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Chris Larsen

It's fun when two or more research lines intersect...

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Jeff Doty

Something old: Malvertising (using legitimate web advertisement companies to spread and install malicious software).

Something new: Flash zero day exploit. CVE-2015-0313. https://helpx.adobe.com/security/products/flash-player/apsa15-02.html

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Chris Larsen

One of the constants of life on the Web is that the Bad Guys can count on people searching for stuff to download -- and a lot of those people will click on anything that looks promising. Even if the site hosting it looks rather... low budget:

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Chris Larsen

Back in the way-old days of the Web, we had .com, .net, .org, .gov, .mil, and a bunch of two-letter "country code" Top Level Domains (TLDs).

Over the years, a few additional TLDs were approved, both familiar (.info, .biz, .mobi, .name, .pro) and less-familiar (.aero, .asia, .cat, .coop, .int, .jobs, .museum, .tel, .travel, .post).