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Analyzing PDF Malware - Part 3B

Part 3B of a demonstration on analyzing malware embedded within a suspicious PDF document. This part specifically deals with static analysis of discovered shellcode.

The Return of Zuc.A and and Ancient OSX Viruses?

A few weeks ago I caught a tweet from Chris Wysopal (@WeldPond) noticing how the new version of Microsoft Security Essentials had detected the Zuc.A virus on his machine. You might think that's really cool how Microsoft gives away free...

Discussions on Targeted Attacks

Even though targeted attacks performed by groups such as LulzSec and Anonymous has gotten less headlines recently, in general the number of targeted attacks in the past few months have increased. The motivation behinds such attacks vary; for instance, the...

Defeating Flame String Obfuscation with IDAPython

Like many other security research firms, SpiderLabs Research has been actively investigating the Flame (a.k.a. sKyWIper) malware that was revealed earlier this week. For those unaware of what Flame is, I'll provide a very brief summary. Essentially, Flame is a...