30 Jan 2012 02:00 AM |
In a series of blogs a few years back, we covered how malware could abuse and circumvent online services that use CAPTCHA tests as part of their security ( 1 2 ). In this blog, we take a look at a recent malware variant from the wild caught on camera that shows CAPTCHA tests used by some online services...
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Filed under: Malware, Malicious emails, Video, Reverse Engineering, Captcha
27 Dec 2010 12:00 PM |
As part of my research within Websense Security Labs, I collaborate with
a group of researchers tasked with profiling exploit kits. This helps
us refine the analytics used in ACE, our Advanced Classification Engine.
In this post I want to cover the installation of Phoenix Exploit's
Kit. I'm not going to tell you how to install and use it, but I will
cover some of the more interesting aspects of installation.
Specifically, I want to cover how the developers protect their code from
being reverse engineered and how the developers have attempted to keep
researchers from poking around in installed kits. ...
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Filed under: Malware, Exploits, Research, Reverse Engineering