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Jeremy Scott | August 21, 2012
The latest news in malware has been the recent Kaspersky Labs discovery of the sophisticated attack toolkits named Gauss. Headlines also include reports of the Zegost RAT being served by compromised Nepalese government websites. However, the majority of the malware samples received the last couple of weeks have been related to the Blackhole Exploit Kit.
The Solutionary SERT research team has been tracking this issue for some time and our public reports up to this point have been relatively high-level. If what we’ve observed over the past few weeks is any indicator, Blackhole will not be going away any time soon, and it... read more >
Tags: Blackhole Exploit Kit, malware, phishing, vulnerabilities, vulnerability, Gauss, Trojan, Zegost RAT, Cridex
Jeremy Scott | July 19, 2012
The Solutionary Security Engineering Research Team (SERT) has been receiving a significant amount of malicious emails luring would-be victims to hosts running the Blackhole Exploit Kit.
Tags: Blackhole Exploit Kit, Cridex, email scam, malicious emails, malicious hosts, malware, managed security service provider, security best practices, security intelligence, spam, toolkit, Trojan, email security, Gameover Zeus, malicious sites