fifa


Every year during holiday seasons, the number of phishing websites increases. This is particularly true for online gaming distribution platforms. In some cases, users not only have their login credentials stolen, but they also end up downloading and executing malicious executables. As expected, the more popular a platform is, the more targeted it will be, which is why this research blog focuses on two malware samples obtained from fake Origin and Steam websites. Figure 1. Fake Origin phishing website Origin Malware Sample In addition... [Read More]
by RSS Lilia Elena Gonzalez Medina  |  Feb 06, 2017  |  Filed in: Security Research
The games have began and we aren't just talking about football. Unsolicited emails: Beware of spam emails that say you're the lucky winner of a lottery for two free tickets to the World Cup, or promises to give you free access to Websites that let you watch the matches live. By clicking on those links, you could be taken to compromised Websites that download malware onto your computer. That malware could be used as a keylogger to retrieve all of your personal information, including passwords and other credentials; it could be used to download... [Read More]
by RSS Guillaume Lovet  |  Jun 18, 2014  |  Filed in: Industry Trends