Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

#590 Qbot malware morphs quickly to evade detection
The Qbot malware is back and hard at work again with infections reported on 54,517 machines, according to researchers at BAE Systems—with 85 percent of those impacted systems residing in the United States. Qbot’s latest incarnation has learned new tricks since its early days in 2009, and is riling security professionals with its ability to evade detection. So far, BAE Systems reports, the criminals behind this latest Qbot wave have repurposed the original Qbot source code and tweaked it in such a way that the most recent version can slip through most security systems.
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