Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#152 ADWIND a cross-platform rat - malware (PDF report)
At the end of 2015 Kaspersky became aware of an unusual malware program, discovered in an attempted attack on a bank in Singapore. Analysis of the file attached to a spear-phishing email that had been sent to the bank revealed the name of the malware: JSocket. Later on we found that this malware has many names: Adwind RAT (Remote Access Tool), AlienSpy, Frutas, jFrutas, Unrecom, Sockrat, JSocket, jRat. The rich features of the malware, including its ability to run on Windows, Mac OS and Linux, a
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#155 Clever bank hack allowed crooks to make unlimited ATM withdrawals
#154 Dyre: Operations of bank fraud group grind to halt following takedown
#153 T9000 malware records Skype calls, screenshots and text messages to steal data
#152 ADWIND a cross-platform rat - malware (PDF report)
#151 Barclays Bank joins Interpol cyber-crime fighting centre
#150 UK-US deal would allow MI5 to get chat, mails directly from US companies
#149 Metel bank robbers borrowing from APT attacks
#148 Oracle patched bug that could result in 'complete compromise' of Windows
#147 Kaspersky Security Analyst Summit 2016: The Live Blog
#146 Cisco 2016 Annual Security Report
#145 Neutrino Exploit Kit Not Responding – Bug or Feature?
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