TrickGate: Malicious Software Outwitting Antivirus for 6 Years

By Habiba Rashid
According to researchers, there are a few key points that allow a packer such as TrickGate to remain efficient and undetectable for so many years.
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OneNote documents spread malware in several countries

A new phishing campaign abuses OneNote documents to infect computers with the infamous AsyncRAT malware, targeting users in the U.K., Canada and the U.S.
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New Prilex PoS Malware evolves to target NFC-enabled credit cards

Authors of the Prolex PoS malware improved their malicious code to target contactless credit card transactions. The threat actors behind the sophisticated point-of-sale (PoS) malware Prilex have have improved its capabilities to block contactless payment transactions. Researchers from Kaspersky Lab discovered three new versions of the PoS malware designed to target credit cards using NFC technology. […]

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Amazon Still Selling T95 TV Box with Pre-Installed Malware

By Deeba Ahmed
Malwarebytes has confirmed that, despite confirmed reports of the presence of pre-installed malware in T95 TV boxes, Amazon is still allowing their sale.
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New LockBit Green ransomware variant borrows code from Conti ransomware

Lockbit ransomware operators have released a new version of their malware, LockBit Green, that also targets cloud-based services. Lockbit ransomware operators have implemented a new version of their malware, dubbed LockBit Green, which was designed to include cloud-based services among its targets. This is the third version of the ransomware developed by the notorious gang, […]

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Nevada Ransomware Has Released Upgraded Locker

Researchers from Resecurity have identified a new version of Nevada Ransomware which recently emerged on the Dark Web right before the start of 2023. Resecurity, California-based cybersecurity company protecting Fortune 500 globally, has identified a new version of Nevada Ransomware which recently emerged on the Dark Web right before the start of 2023. The actors […]

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TrickGate, a packer used by malware to evade detection since 2016

TrickGate is a shellcode-based packer offered as a service to malware authors to avoid detection, CheckPoint researchers reported. TrickGate is a shellcode-based packer offered as a service, which is used at least since July 2016, to hide malware from defense programs. A packer (aka “Crypter” and “FUD”) implements a series of functionalities to make it harder for […]

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