Month: May 2017

Zyklon Season

The ASERT research team has recently done some work reverse engineering a family of malware called “Zyklon H.T.T.P.” that is written using the .Net framework. Zyklon (German for “cyclone”) is a large, multi-purpose trojan that includes support for a variety of malicious activities, including several […]

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WannaCry

Information regarding the WannaCry ransomware is spreading as quickly as the malware itself and is expected to do so throughout the weekend. This blog provides some information from our malware processing system that may, or may not be, available elsewhere. The WannaCry ransomware propagates by […]

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Greenbug’s DNS-isms

Over the past few months there has been a lot of research and press coverage on the Shamoon campaigns. These have been the attacks on Saudi Arabian companies where a destructive malware known as Disttrack was deployed. The malware, using stolen credentials, spreads throughout the […]

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