Malware

  • This malware masquerades as popular apps like MMS, whatsapp, and Pokemon Go. It is capable of hijacking a phone and is capable of many actions including calling a number or sending an SMS indicated by an attacker, upload files into a C&C server, and steal information.
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  • This cross-platform remote access trojan (RAT) can be run on any machine installed with Java. This includes Windows, Mac OSX, Linux, and Android.
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  • This malware abuses certificates and has security software evasion that affects machines using Apple's OS X operating system. The fake certificates installed by the malware allows for man in the middle attacks.
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  • A new variant of this mobile malware (ANDROIDOS_SLOCKER.OPST) is known to have the same GUI as WannaCry, and are capable of encrypting files.
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  • This information stealing malware was one of the IoCs found in recent attacks targeting hospitals in Israel. This malware is also notable for its stealth.
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  • This variant of PETYA ransomware is involved in the ongoing attack campaign that Trend Micro discovered late June 2017 . Along with encryption capabilities it also has the ability to steal login credentials.
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  • This malware is a variant of the ransomware family EREBUS and was discovered to be involved in an attack against South Korean webhosting company NAYANA. Users affected by this malware may find their personal files and documents encrypted and thus rendered useless.
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  • This malware is a variant of the SOREBRECT malware that Trend Micro discovered on June 2017. It sports fileless, code-injecting capabilities.
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  • This malware is a variant of the SOREBRECT malware that Trend Micro discovered on June 2017. It sports fileless, code-injecting capabilities.
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  • This malware is part of the malware spam attack Trend Micro uncovered early June of 2017, one that targeted certain organizations in the EMEA region. It has the capability of delivering malware through the act of showing a hyperlink's contents via mouse hover.
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