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Trickbot Spoofs Dun & Bradstreet
On Wednesday, Sept. 4, in just under an hour's time AppRiver's SecureTide malware engine stopped 103,791 malicious Word documents destined to clients. The campaign was designed to drop the Trickbot Trojan onto an unsuspecting users system. This particular attack spoofed the data and...Read More
A cybercrime group is currently targeting businesses in the UK with malware-laden emails containing the banking Trojan known as Trickbot.
In the past years, several malware families have been seen heavily targeting the UK in attempts to spread banking Trojans looking to gain access to business and personal accounts.Read More
Trojan Droppers Exploiting Symbolic Link Files
Malicious actors routinely attempt to confuse recipients of messages with obscure file extensions to load malicious files on the victims machine.
For most users the .slk file is recognized in Microsoft Office software as an Excel file. However, as detailed here, it also is...Read More
As the 2018 tax season gets underway, we want to make sure everyone is aware of the many dangers we see surrounding this event each year.
In fact, curiosity and uncertainty surrounding recent tax law changes may leave many individuals more susceptible to falling victim to one of the many tax-themed attacks that we...Read More
Assassination Threats Demand Bitcoin Ransom
Processing more than a billion messages a month we tend to see the good, bad, and ugly emails of the internet. It's pretty rare a message will raise our eyebrows or fall into a "disturbing" category, especially for our team that sees the whole range of the underworld daily.Read More
As online holiday shopping gets into full swing we are on the lookout for holiday related threats that we should all be wary of.
It’s likely that FedEx alone will deliver hundreds of millions of packages between Black Friday and Christmas Day. And with so many people expecting packages to be delivered at this...Read More
This morning we began seeing a large volume of messages that ultimately lead to the install of the “Asasin” ransomware, aptly named after the naming convention used when encrypting the user’s files. We have been seeing this Ransomware type for about a week now but it is now relying on a new infection technique.Read More
Move over macros, Office DDE exploits arrive!
Office macros have been the primary choice of attacks by malicious actors for years. IT administrators and users have learned to be cautious before running macros. The Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) protocol has been around much longer but hadn't been used for attacks. It's a...Read More