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Infostealer.Posteal

02/26/2015

Downloader.Busadom

02/26/2015

Trojan.Ladocosm

02/26/2015

SONAR.SuspDocRun

02/25/2015

SONAR.SuspHelpRun

02/25/2015

Fortinet on Crime-as-a-Service

Fortinet on Crime-as-a-Service

Fortinet published a new report “Fortinet 2013 Cybercrime Report” that focuses on development of cybercrime in the world. Cybercriminals are now using business model Crime-as-a-Service to provide unique services.

The report describes definite stages of creating malware and even pricing of the attacks.

For starters, cybercriminals create websites (many of them originate in Russia), which can help in distributing a particular malware. In most cases, websites are divided into two types: websites of the first type give an open access to the information, while the others grant access only those users, who were invited by current subscribers. Usually these websites do not allow spam distribution, though experts think this is done in order to provide created websites with legal protection.

According to the report, websites contain the information needed for further circulation and advancement of malware.

One of the underlined topics describes the way cybercriminals distribute malware. For instance, attackers suggest using malware to hijack personal data and gain access to email accounts, social networks and online banking. Attackers oftentimes use infected PDF-files, Black SEO and compromised websites to infect the victim’s computer.

Fortinets report also contains information about the pricing of the provided services. For example, consulting services, such as botnet setup, will cost you $350-$400; infecting a computer or spreading malware costs about $100 per thousand installations. Moreover, criminals offer inter-carrier money exchange for 25% commission and execution of a DDoS-attack for $535 for 5 hours a day during a week.

Full version of Fortinets report you will find here.

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Security Advisories Database

Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in Microsoft OpenType Font Driver

A remote attacker can execute arbitrary code on the target system.

07/21/2015

SQL Injection Vulnerability in Piwigo

SQL inection vulnerability has been discovered in Piwigo.

02/05/2015

Cross-site Scripting Vulnerability in DotNetNuke

A cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability has been discovered in DotNetNuke.

02/05/2015

Cross-site Scripting Vulnerability in Hitachi Command Suite

A cross-site scripting vulnerability was found in Hitachi Command Suite.

02/02/2015

Denial of service vulnerability in FreeBSD SCTP RE_CONFIG Chunk Handling

An attacker can perform a denial of service attack.

01/30/2015

Denial of service vulnerability in Apache Traffic Server HTTP TRACE Max-Forwards

An attacker can perform a denial of service attack.

01/30/2015

Denial of service vulnerability in MalwareBytes Anti-Exploit "mbae.sys"

An attacker can perform a denial of service attack.

01/30/2015

Denial of service vulnerability in Linux Kernel splice

An attacker can perform a denial of service attack.

01/29/2015

Denial of service vulnerability in Python Pillow Module PNG Text Chunks Decompression

An attacker can perform a denial of service attack.

01/20/2015