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This post was updated on October 9, 2020 Please note: VMRay has recently simplified malware identification within our Platform with the Verdict system (read more about it here). This new Verdict system reduces the number of possible malware grading identifiers from eight to four (“Malicious”, “Suspicious”, “Clean”, and “Not Available”)
Malware Family: Win32/Ramnit Hash Values MD5: 089dc369616dafa44a9f7fefb18e8961 SHA1: c4a2430634b7ca7427d2c055dbbb1fb8cd42a285 SHA256: 4ebafa2738f11d73d06dddf18ce41cf 02c6913f431f2b383f7abaa0d04419f2f Most of the time, links aren’t dangerous without user interaction. Recently, we discovered an innocent-looking link for a JPG picture that prompts a user to activate ActiveX on IE. Leveraging a social engineering technique, if the user activates
A popular method to distribute malware (especially ransomware) is to send a JScript file (*.js) by E-Mail or prompt a user surfing the web to execute a file. The goal of this type of attack is to bypass filtering systems that warn users trying to open attachments with certain file
VMRay Analyzer V 2.0 will be released this week and we’ll be presenting it at the RSA Conference next week. 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 the analysis of

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