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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...

Rogue Certificates Set on Flame

It was only a matter of time before we felt Flame's aftershock. Yesterday morning it finally happened. Microsoft published an emergency Security Advisory 2718704 and an associated patch that revokes trust from three intermediate CA certificates: Microsoft Enforced Licensing Intermediate...

TrustKeeper Scan Engine Update

Summary Over the past couple weeks we have been working diligently to make enhancements to a number of web application fingerprints. These fingerprints allow the TrustKeeper Scan Engine to detect vulnerabilities in the specific context of a given web application...

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...