The Petya ransomware that has been encrypting the NTFS Master File Table has recently been analyzed by the Bitdefender research team and found to sport similarities with other ransomware families, such as Chimera and Rokku.
We have recently came across a piece of malware which is known as HanciTor (as Â ESET-NOD32 calls it) or Chanitor (based on the detection name given by Microsoft). The main purpose of this malware is to download other malware and … Continue reading
In an ever-connected world, malware thrives and multiplies at an incredible rate. More than 200,000 samples are built, packed and pushed on the market daily. Few of these threats manage to cause widespread havoc and only a meager handful become … Continue reading
Bitdefender Labs malware researchers Vlad Bordianu and Tiberius Axinte have created a proof-of-concept exploit for the vulnerable Applovin ad-serving framework (also known as Vulna) versions 2.0.74 through 5.0.3 included. The exploit runs arbitrary code in the context of the affected … Continue reading
Bitdefender Labs researchers have reverse-engineered the Cryptolocker domain generation algorythm and sinkholed the relevant domains between October 27 and November 1.
“How to hide a malicious DLL? How about in plain sight?” One can easily imagine such thoughts going through the mind of whoever is churning out new versions of the Lavandos malware. After execution, the malware uses the Windows Registry … Continue reading