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  • NEW MALWARE – New Banking trojanwith Network Sniffer Spreading on the Internet at a high pace

    The hike in the banking malware this year is no doubt almost double compared to the previous one, and so in the techniques of malware authors.

    Until now, we have seen banking Trojans affecting the infected device and steal users’ financial credentials in order to run them out of their money. But nowadays, malware authors are adopting more sophisticated techniques in an effort to target as many victims as they can.

    BANKING MALWARE WITH NETWORK SNIFFING

    Security researchers from the Anti-virus firm Trend Micro have discovered a new variant of banking malware that not only steal the users’ information from the device it has infected but, has ability to “sniff” network activity to steal sensitive information of other network users as well.

     

    The banking malware, dubbed as EMOTET spreads rapidly through spammed emails that masquerade itself as a bank transfers and shipping invoices. The spammed email comes along with a link that users easily click, considering that the emails refer to financial transactions.

    Once clicked, the malware get installed into users’ system that further downloads its component files, including a configuration and .DLL file. The configuration files contains information about the banks targeted by the malware, whereas the .DLL file is responsible for intercepting and logging outgoing network traffic.

    The .DLL file is injected to all processes of the system, including web browser and then “this malicious DLL compares the accessed site with the strings contained in the previously downloaded configuration file, wrote Joie Salvio, security researcher at Trend Micro.

    If strings match, the malware assembles the information by getting the URL accessed and the data sent.

    ENCRYPTED STOLEN DATA

    Meanwhile, the malware stores stolen data in the separate entries after been encrypted, which means the malware can steal and save any information the attacker wants.

    The decision to storing files and data in registry entries could be seen as a method of evasion“, Salvio said. “Regular users often do not check registry entries for possibly malicious or suspicious activity, compared to checking for new or unusual files. It can also serve as a countermeasure against file-based AV detection for that same reason.”

    HTTPS CONNECTIONS KICKED

    Moreover, the malware also has capability to even bypass the secure HTTPs connection which poses more danger to users’ personal information and banking credentials, as users will feel free to continue their online banking without even realizing that their information is being stolen.

    [It has] capability to hook to the following Network APIs to monitor network traffic: PR_OpenTcpSocket PR_Write PR_Close PR_GetNameForIndentity Closesocket Connect Send WsaSend

    This kind of financial threat is really dangerous for the people, because previous banking malwares often rely on form field insertion or phishing pages to steal users’ financial information, but the use of network sniffing in the malware, makes the threat even more harder for users to detect any suspicious activity as no changes are visibly seen, said the researcher.

    Researchers are still investigating that how the gathered stolen data the malware sniffs from the network is being sent to the attacker.

    The malware infection is not targeted to any specific region or country but, EMOTET malware family is largely infecting the users of EMEA region, i.e. Europe, the Middle East and Africa, with Germany on the top of the affected countries.

    Users are advised to do not open or click on links and attachments provided in any suspicious email, but if the message is from your banking institution and of concern to you, then confirm it twice before proceeding.

    The hike in the banking malware this year is no doubt almost double compared to the previous one, and so in the techniques of malware authors.

    Until now, we have seen banking Trojans affecting the infected device and steal users’ financial credentials in order to run them out of their money. But nowadays, malware authors are adopting more sophisticated techniques in an effort to target as many victims as they can.

    BANKING MALWARE WITH NETWORK SNIFFING

    Security researchers from the Anti-virus firm Trend Micro have discovered a new variant of banking malware that not only steal the users’ information from the device it has infected but, has ability to “sniff” network activity to steal sensitive information of other network users as well.

    The banking malware, dubbed as EMOTET spreads rapidly through spammed emails that masquerade itself as a bank transfers and shipping invoices. The spammed email comes along with a link that users easily click, considering that the emails refer to financial transactions.

    Once clicked, the malware gets installed into users’ system that further downloads its component files, including a configuration and .DLL file. The configuration files contains information about the banks targeted by the malware, whereas the .DLL file is responsible for intercepting and logging outgoing network traffic.

    The .DLL file is injected to all processes of the system, including web browser and then “this malicious DLL compares the accessed site with the strings contained in the previously downloaded configuration file, wrote Joie Salvio, security researcher at Trend Micro. “If strings match, the malware assembles the information by getting the URL accessed and the data sent.

     

    ENCRYPTED STOLEN DATA

    Meanwhile, the malware stores stolen data in the separate entries after been encrypted, which means the malware can steal and save any information the attacker wants.

    The decision to storing files and data in registry entries could be seen as a method of evasion“, Salvio said. “Regular users often do not check registry entries for possibly malicious or suspicious activity, compared to checking for new or unusual files. It can also serve as a countermeasure against file-based AV detection for that same reason.”

    HTTPS CONNECTIONS KICKED

    Moreover, the malware also has capability to even bypass the secure HTTPs connection which poses more danger to users’ personal information and banking credentials, as users will feel free to continue their online banking without even realizing that their information is being stolen.

    [It has] capability to hook to the following Network APIs to monitor network traffic: PR_OpenTcpSocket PR_Write PR_Close PR_GetNameForIndentity Closesocket Connect Send WsaSend

    This kind of financial threat is really dangerous for the people, because previous banking malwares often rely on form field insertion or phishing pages to steal users’ financial information, but the use of network sniffing in the malware, makes the threat even more harder for users to detect any suspicious activity as no changes are visibly seen, said the researcher.

    Researchers are still investigating that how the gathered stolen data the malware sniffs from the network is being sent to the attacker.

    MALWARE DISTRIBUTION OVER WORLD MAP

    The malware infection is not targeted to any specific region or country but, EMOTET malware family is largely infecting the users of EMEA region, i.e. Europe, the Middle East and Africa, with Germany on the top of the affected countries.

    Users are advised to do not open or click on links and attachments provided in any suspicious email, but if the message is from your banking institution and of concern to you, then confirm it twice before proceeding.

     

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  • Cryptowall Ransomware Spreading on the internet rapidly through advertisements

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    Cryptowall Lock Malware

     

    Ransomware is an emerging threat in the evolution of cybercriminals techniques to part you from your money. Typically, the malicious software either lock victim’s computer system or encrypt the documents and files on it, in order to extort money from the victims.

    Though earlier we saw the samples of Ransomware tended to be simple with dogged determinations to extort money from victims. But with the exponential rise in the samples of Ransomware malwares, the recent ones are more subtle in design, including Cryptolocker, Icepole, PrisonLocker, CryptoDefense and its variants.

    Now, the ransomware dubbed as Cryptowall, a latest variant of the infamous ransomware Cryptolocker is targeting users by forcing them to download the malicious software by through advertising on the high profile domains belonging to Disney, Facebook, The Guardian newspaper and others.

    Cryptolocker is designed by the same malware developer who created the sophisticated CryptoDefense (Trojan.Cryptodefense) ransomware, appeared in the end of March, that holds the victims’ computer files hostage by wrapping them with strong RSA 2048 encryption until the victim pays a ransom fee to get them decrypted.

    But unfortunately, the malware author failed to realize that he left the decryption keys left concealed on the user’s computer in a file folder with application data.

    So, to overcome this, the developer created Cryptowall ransomware and alike the latest versions of CryptoDefense, the infected system’s files and documents encrypted by CryptoWall are impossible to decrypt.

    The story broke, when researchers at Cisco revealed that cybercriminals have started targeting people with RIG Exploit Kits (EK) to distribute malicious Cryptowall ransomware malware.

    The Rig Exploit Kit was first spotted by Kahu Security in April, which checks for an unpatched version of Flash, Internet Explorer, Java or the Silverlight multimedia program on the infected users and if found, the system is instantly exploited by the bad actors.

    Researchers at Cisco have noticed high levels of traffic consistent with the new “RIG” exploit kit, thereby blocking requests to over 90 domains. On further investigation, the company observed that many of its Cloud Web Security (CWS) users were visiting on those malicious domains after clicking advertisements on high-profile domains such as “apps.facebook.com,” “awkwardfamilyphotos.com,” “theguardian.co.uk” and “go.com,” and many others.

    cryptowall ransomware If clicked, the advertisements redirect victims to one of those malicious domains in order to malvertise users and once the system get infected with the RIG Exploit Kit, it will deliver the payload which includes the Cryptowall Ransomware malware.

    Now, when this CryptoWall is installed in the infected system, it will start scanning the system Hard Drive for data files and encrypt them.

    After encrypting the files on victim’s system, it will create files containing ransom instructions in every folder it had encrypted, demanding up to $500 USD. The service where users are instructed to pay the ransom amount is a hidden service that uses the Command-and-Control server hosted on TOR .onion domain.

    The largest share of infections, some 42 percent, are in the United States, followed by England and Australia, but it believes that several groups and bad actors are involved in this attack chain.

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  • NEW VIRUS ALERT ->Careto malware is frighteningly sophisticated

    The software, dubbed Careto, is a sophisticated suite of tools for compromising computers and collecting a wealth of information from them. Whoever is behind the malware sends out “spear phishing” e-mails, with addresses designed to be mistaken for the Web sites of mainstream newspapers, such as The Washington Post or the Guardian. If the user clicks on a link, it takes her to a Web site that scans her system for vulnerabilities and attempts to infect it. There are multiple versions of the malicious software designed to attack Windows, Mac OS X and Linux versions, and Kapersky believes there may be versions that attack iOS and Android.

    Once Careto has compromised a system, it begins collecting sensitive information from it. The software can “intercept network traffic, keystrokes, Skype conversations, analyse WiFi traffic, PGP keys, fetch all information from Nokia devices, screen captures and monitor all file operations.”

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  • NEW VIRUS – Windows Safety Master Virus Windows PC Computers

    Windows Safety Master is a rogue anti-spyware program from the Rogue.FakeVimes family of computer infections. This program is considered scareware because it displays fake scan results, fake security warnings, and does not allow you to run programs on your computer. Windows Safety Master is distributed through web sites that display a fake online virus scanner that states your computer is infected and then prompts you to download the installation file. This infection is also promoted by hacked web sites that contain exploit code that tries to install the infection on your computer without your permission or knowledge.

    When Windows Safety Master is installed it will be configured to automatically start when you login to Windows. Once started, it will pretend to scan your computer and then states that there are numerous infections present. If you attempt to remove any of these supposed infections, the program will state that you first need to purchase a license before being allowed to do so. As all of the scan results are false, please ignore any prompts to purchase the program.

    Windows Safety Master screen shot

     

    To protect itself from being removed, Windows Safety Master will also block you from running any legitimate application on your computer. It does this to prevent you from running legitimate security software that may detect it as an infection and remove it. The message that you will see when you attempt to run a program is:

    Firewall has blocked a program from accessing the Internet
    C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
    is suspected to have infected your PC.
    This type of virus intercepts entered data and transmits them
    to a remote server.

    When you see this message please ignore it as your programs are not infected and will work normally after this infection is removed.

    While Windows Safety Master is running it will also display fake security alerts that are designed to make you think your computer has a severe security problem. Some of these warnings include:

    Error
    Trojan activity detected. System integrity at risk.
    Full system scan is highly recommended.

    Error
    System data security is at risk!
    To prevent potential PC errors, run a full system scan.

    Warning! Identity theft attempt detected
    Hidden connection IP: xx.xxx.xxx.xxx
    Target: Microsoft Corporation keys
    Your IP: 127.0.0.1

    Just like the scan results, these warnings are fake and can be ignored.

    As you can see, this infection was created for the sole reason of scaring you into purchasing it. It goes without saying that you should definitely not purchase Windows Safety Master, and if you already have, please contact your credit card company and dispute the charges stating that the program is a scam and a computer virus. To remove Windows Safety Master and other related malware, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE

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  • Java Bot MalwareLaunching DDos Attacks from infected Machines

    These days botnets are all over the news. In simple terms, a botnet is a group of computers networked together, running a piece of malicious software that allows them to be controlled by a remote attacker.

    A major target for most of the malware is still Windows, but the growing market of Mac OS X, Linux and Smartphones, is also giving a solid reason to cyber criminals to focus.

    Recently, Kaspersky Lab has detected another cross-platform Java-Bot, capable of infecting computers running Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux that has Java Runtime Environment installed.

    Last year, Zoltan Balazs – CTO at MRG Effitas submitted the samples of malicious Java application for analysis to Kaspersky Lab and they identified it as HEUR:Backdoor.Java.Agent.a.

    According to researchers, to compromise computers, Java-Bot is exploiting a previously known critical Java vulnerability CVE-2013-2465 that was patched in last June. The vulnerability persists in Java 7 u21 and earlier versions.
    CVE-2013-2465 description says:

    •  An unspecified vulnerability in the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) component in Oracle Java SE 7 Update 21 and earlier, 6 Update 45 and earlier, and 5.0 Update 45 and earlier, and OpenJDK 7, allows remote attackers to affect confidentiality, integrity, and availability via unknown vectors related to 2D.

    Once the bot has infected a computer, for automatic initialization the malware copies itself into the home directory, and registers itself with system startup programs. The Malware is designed to launch distributed denial-of-service (DDOS) attacks from infected computers.

    It uses the following methods to start it based on the target operating system:

    •     For Windows – HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
    •     Mac OS – the standard Mac OS service launch is used
    •     For Linux – /etc/init.d/

    The malware authors used Zelix Klassmaster Obfuscator (encryption) to make the analysis more difficult.  It creates a separate key for the classes developed due to which analysis of all classes has to be done to get the decryption keys.

    The botnet executable contains an encrypted configuration file for the Mac OS ‘launchd service’. It also encrypts internal working methodology of malware.

    The malware uses PricBot an open framework for implementing communication via IRC. Zombie computers, then report to an Internet relay chat (IRC) channel that acts as a Command-and-control server.

    The Botnet supports HTTP, UDP protocols for flooding (DDoS attack) a target whose details i.e. Address, port number, attack duration, number of threads to be used are received from the IRC channel.

    Users should update their Java software to the latest release of Java 7 update 51 of 14 January 2014, can be found on Oracle’s Java website. The next scheduled security update for Java is on 14 April 2014.

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  • Complete List of Viruses up to date

    LIST OF COMPUTER VIRUSES IN CIRCULATION FROM OLDEST TO NEWEST

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  • Prison Locker Virus Upcoming in 2014

    Ransomware is one of the most blatant and obvious criminal’s money making schemes out there. Ransomware malware was mostly known by the people when Cryptolocker comes into play. At the time when readers were getting aware of ransomware, Cryptolocker threat had touched the peak and other money motivated cyber criminals have started developing their own Cryptolocker versions.

    Two hackers going by the name of ‘gyx’ and ‘Porphyry’ (admin of maldev.net hacking forum) are advertizing a new ramsomware malware tool-kit called “Prison Locker” on various hacking forums with tutorials.

    They have developed the Prison Locker a.k.a Power Locker ramsomware toolkit in C/C++ programming language, proving a GUI version with customizable features for customers.

    The Ransomware is using BlowFish encryption to encrypt all available files on the victim’s hard disk and shared drives except .exe, .dll, .sys, other system files.

    During encryption it will generate unique BlowFish key for each file and then encrypts the keys further with RSA-2048 encryption and will send victim’s system information back to the command-and-control center of the attacker.

    As the developer mention in a Pastebin post, the Command-and-control center allows an attacker to set the ramsomware warning time duration, ransom amount, payment mode and also allow decrypting the files on the victim system after payment received.

    The addition features added to Prison Locker:

    • The malware is able to detect Virtual Machine, Sandbox mode, and debugging environments.
    • It Will disable Windows key & Escape key to prevent unwanted user actions.
    • Malware can startup in both regular boot mode and safe boot under HKCU.
    • Kills taskmgr, regedit, cmd, explorer, and msconfig. processes to prevent unwanted user actions.

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  • Intelligence Agencies going to Deploy Internet Surveillance project NETRA

    Think twice before using some words like ‘Bomb’, ‘Attack’, ‘Blast’ or ‘kill’ in your Facebook status update, tweets or emails, because this may flag you as a potential terrorist under a surveillance project of Indian Security agencies.

    This Indian Internet surveillance project named as NETRA (Network Traffic Analysis), capable of detecting and capture any dubious voice traffic passing through software such as Skype or Google Talk, according to the Economic Times.

    In Hindi, NETRA means “eye” and this project is an Indian version of PRISM i.e. A spying project by US National Security Agency (NSA), that also allows the government to monitor the Internet and telephone records of citizens.

    Read more: https://thehackernews.com/2014/01/indian-intelligence-agencies-going-to.html

    In Hindi, NETRA means “eye” and this project is an Indian version of PRISM i.e. A spying project by US National Security Agency (NSA), that also allows the government to monitor the Internet and telephone records of citizens.

    Reportedly, NETRA is under testing right now by the Indian Intelligence Bureau and Cabinet Secretariat and after on success will be deployed by all Indian National security agencies. Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (CAIR), a lab under Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is still hardworking on ‘Netra’ project to give it extraordinary features like NSA’s PRISM. One of the fun fact about the project is that, NETRA is defined to use only 300 GB of storage space for storing the intercepted internet traffic… Are they serious..? HOW is it POSSIBLE? and this data will be shared with only maximum three security agencies, including the Intelligence Bureau (IB) and Cabinet Secretariat. At this time, even I am not sure that what does they mean by “300 GB of storage space”, but we are trying to contact DRDO guys for more further information on this matter.

    Read more: https://thehackernews.com/2014/01/indian-intelligence-agencies-going-to.html

    Reportedly, NETRA is under testing right now by the Indian Intelligence Bureau and Cabinet Secretariat and after on success will be deployed by all Indian National security agencies.

    Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (CAIR), a lab under Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is still hardworking on ‘Netra’ project to give it extraordinary features like NSA’s PRISM.

    One of the fun fact about the project is that, NETRA is defined to use only 300 GB of storage space for storing the intercepted internet traffic… Are they serious..? HOW is it POSSIBLE? and this data will be shared with only maximum three security agencies, including the Intelligence Bureau (IB) and Cabinet Secretariat.

    At this time, even I am not sure that what does they mean by “300 GB of storage space”, but we are trying to contact DRDO guys for more further information on this matter.

    Anyway, NSA has a 100,000 square foot “mission critical data center”, where they are intercepting 1.7 billion American electronic records and communications a day, using 5 Zettabytes (1 Trillion GB) space to keep every information stored for next 500s years at least.

          Also some questions arise here that:

    • Do they have the capability to handle and analyze such huge amount of data? (If it is not 300GB only)
    • Other than terrorist attacks, will they also deal with Computer Security Incidents and vulnerabilities?
    • What does that 300 GB of storage space mean?

    The government should clear the objectives and ability of the NETRA project. Because according to the population of Internet users in India, words like ‘Bomb’, ‘Attack’, ‘Blast’ or ‘kill’ will trigger RED ALARM millions of times a day and if they don’t have the capability to trace down right mischief people, rather than disturbing elements, which may purposefully divert the attention of security agencies for various means.

    Another major concern is Privacy, unwarranted digital intrusions and interference with citizens’ online communications.

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  • Downdapp.com Pop-up Virus

    If you are seeing pop-up ads from Downdapp.com whenever you are opening a new tab within Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome, then your computer is infected with an adware or a potentially unwanted program.
    [Image: Downdapp.com pop-up virus]

    The Downdapp.com pop-up happens regardless of the web browser or search engine, and if you are seeing a pop-up from Downdapp.com asking you to update your browser or another piece of software, then your computer may be infected with adware or a potentially unwanted program.
    This infection is designed specifically to make money. It generates web traffic, collects sales leads for other dubious sites, and will display advertisements and sponsored links within your web browser.
    Downdapp.com is not a malicious domain itself, however cyber criminals are using malicious products to display ads from this domain, and thus getting pay-per-click revenue.

    The Downdapp.com ads are caused by an ad-supported (users may see additional banner, search, pop-up, pop-under, interstitial and in-text link advertisements) cross web browser plugin for Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome, which is distributed through various monetization platforms during installation. This malicious browser extensions is typically added when you install another free software (video recording/streaming, download-managers or PDF creators) that had bundled into their installation this adware program.
    When installed this adware program will open a Downdapp.com pop-up box stating that you need to updated your flash player or install an update for another software. If you click on the “Download” or “Click to install now” button, instead of installing an update for your browser, you’ll agree to download adware and other malicious programs onto your computer. The Downdapp.com malicious programs may install on your computer: toolbars (Babylon Toolbar, Delta Toolbar), adware (Yontoo, DealPly, CouponBuddy) or other forms of malware.

    This infection will also display advertising banners on the webpages that you are visiting, and as you browse Internet, it will show coupons and other deals available on different websites.

    You should always pay attention when installing software because often, a software installer includes optional installs, such as this Downdapp.com pop-up ads. Be very careful what you agree to install.
    Always opt for the custom installation and deselect anything that is not familiar, especially optional software that you never wanted to download and install in the first place. It goes without saying that you should not install software that you don’t trust.

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