Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

#339 Macro malware strides in new direction, uses forms to store its code
The resurgence and continued prevalence of macro malware could be linked to several factors, one of which is their ability to bypass traditional antimalware solutions and sandboxing technologies. Another factor is the continuous enhancements in their routines: just recently, we observe that the macro malware related to DRIDEX and the latest crypto-ransomware variant, Locky ransomware, used Form object in macros to obfuscate the malicious code. With this improvement, it could further aid cybercri
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#339 Macro malware strides in new direction, uses forms to store its code
#338 New attack steals secret crypto keys from Android and iOS phones
#337 Cisco issues critical patch for Nexus switches to remove hardcoded credentials
#336 Mozilla bans Firefox add-on that tampered with security settings
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