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VMRay Analyzer V 2.0: Introducing the Reputation Engine

VMRay Analyzer V 2.0 will be released this week and we’ll be presenting it at the RSA Conference next week. If you are attending, contact us  for a demo. The latest release has many new features including the addition of a built-in reputation engine that identifies known malicious or known benign files in milliseconds, support for […]

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Spora Ransomware Dropper Uses HTA to Infect System

This past week, a new Ransomware variant called Spora was spotted in the wild. Currently, Spora only targets Russian-speaking users. What’s interesting about this Ransomware is that its payment site is so well designed, one could think they are running a legitimate business. The dropper for Spora is basically an HTML application (.hta) that executes VBScript. […]

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AtomBombing Evasion and Detection

A new code injection technique is effective in bypassing most analysis and detection methods. Code injection has been a favorite technique of malware authors for many years. Injecting malicious code into an otherwise-benign process is an effective way of masking malware from anti-virus and sandbox detection. It is used to bypass end-host firewalls and to evade sandbox monitoring. […]

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