PRIVATELOG Relies on Common Log File System to Evade Detection

  Researchers have revealed data about a new malware family that uses the Common Log File System (CLFS) to conceal a second-stage payload in registry transaction files in order to avoid detection. The malware, named PRIVATELOG, and its installer, STASHLOG, were discovered by FireEye’s Mandiant Advanced Practices team. Details about the threat actor’s identity and […]

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IISerpent Trojan Manipulates Search Engine Optimization

  Security researchers recently had to cope with a huge number of malware attacks targeting the Internet Information Services (IIS) component. The IISerpent Trojan is the most recent malware family to be added to the list.  The malware is installed as a Microsoft IIS add-on. After that, it intercepts HTTP requests and traffic, but there’s […]

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