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Backoff - Technical Analysis

As discussed in the an advisory published by US-CERT, Trustwave SpiderLabs has discovered a previously unidentified family of Point of Sale (PoS) malware. This blog post serves as a technical analysis of the Backoff malware family. While a number of...

SpiderLabs Radio: July 17, 2014

In this episode: Vulnerabilites in password managers New Gameover Zeus Malware Kronos Malware Tesla Model S Vulnerabilities Google's Project Zero Network Attacks during World Cup We'd love to hear what you think or what you'd like to hear in future...

SpiderLabs Radio: July 10, 2014

In this episode: Rosetta Flash vulnerability BrutPOS Track2, Russian POS criminal, arrested Smart Lightbulbs leak wifi passwords Office macro malware makes a comeback Fraudulent SSL certificates found impersonating Google, Yahoo Data farmed from used cellphones We'd love to hear what...

Microsoft Patch Tuesday, July 2014

July's Microsoft Patch Tuesday is a light release with two "Critical" bulletins, three "Important" bulletins and one "Moderate" bulletin. Yet again, the majority of the security fixes this month are for Internet Explorer. This marks the sixth Patch Tuesday in...

SpiderLabs Radio: July 3, 2014

In this episode: Apple ships patches for all the things 20 year old LZO bug resurrected New Zeus variant Lite Zeus Dragonfly campaign targets US Energy Microsoft seizes No-IP We'd love to hear what you think or what you'd like...

Microsoft Advance Notification for July 2014

Microsoft will publish their next security patch release on Tuesday, July 8. This seems to be a light release with two "Critical" bulletins, three "Important" bulletins and one "Moderate" bulletin. These bulletins will affect Internet Explorer, Microsoft Server Software and...

Analysis of a New Banking Trojan Spammed by Cutwail

The Cutwail spambot has a long history of sending spam with attached malicious files such as Zbot, Blackhole Exploit Kit and Cryptolocker. Another trick in Cutwail’s portfolio is to use links pointing to popular file hosting services. Over the past...