PowerPoint


FortiGuard Labs recently discovered a new malicious PowerPoint file named ADVANCED DIPLOMATIC PROTOCOL AND ETIQUETTE SUMMIT.ppsx. Taking a look at the four slides of the PowerPoint Open XML Slide Show (PPSX) file, we can tell that it targets people from UN agencies, Foreign Ministries, International Organizations, and those who interact with international governments. [Read More]
by RSS Rommel Joven and Jasper Manuel  |  Sep 01, 2017  |  Filed in: Security Research
Recently, the FortiGuard Labs research team observed that a new variant of Poison Ivy was being spread through a compromised PowerPoint file. We captured a PowerPoint file named Payment_Advice.ppsx, which is in OOXML format. Once the victim opens this file using the MS PowerPoint program, the malicious code contained in the file is executed. It downloads the Poison Ivy malware onto the victim’s computer and then launches it. In this blog, I’ll show the details of how this happens, what techniques are used by this malware, as well as... [Read More]
by RSS Xiaopeng Zhang  |  Aug 23, 2017  |  Filed in: Security Research