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Introduction Dyzap belongs to a family of malware designed to steal confidential information from enormous target applications by installing a “man in the browser” attack into common browsers. FortiGuard Researchers recently discovered a new variant of this Trojan virus. Stolen information may include, but is not limited to, system information and application credentials stored on infected systems. In this blog, we will explain how the malware steals user accounts, acts as a keylogger, and communicates with its C&C server. Stealing... [Read More]
by RSS Bahare Sabouri and He Xu  |  Feb 22, 2017  |  Filed in: Security Research
This year again I attended Hack.Lu 2016. Let it be free workshops, CTF, lightning or regular talks, there are many ways to learn new stuff. Not to mention the kind and informal atmosphere of the conference. Let me give you an example which perfectly illustrates the atmosphere: during lunch time, I started talking Bluetooth Low Energy with a fellow researcher (@virtualabs). And... we ended up tearing down his connected toothbrush! Figure 1. Toothbrush teardown I told him about my findings (demoed at VB 2016) remote controlling the toothbrush... [Read More]
by RSS Axelle Apvrille  |  Oct 25, 2016  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
This week’s FortiGuard Threat Intelligence Brief reports on a spike in an Android advertising library, a fake series of banking sites used to phish credentials, as well as a campaign using the old faithful “we couldn’t deliver your package” courier scam. While hackers weren’t quite as active as they were over the past couple of weeks, our top five identified malware variants still generated over 3 million attack attempts. Grab the latest Security Brief here for more details (add link to subscription site.) 1.... [Read More]
by RSS Bill McGee  |  Sep 16, 2016  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
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by RSS Michael Perna  |  Jun 21, 2014  |  Filed in: Industry Trends