Poweliks (actually we should say Kovter) is a well-known and studied click-fraud malware that made its first appearance in early August 2014, it became famous very quickly due the fact that it used a persistence mechanism that allowed it to be fileless on disk, taking advantage of the Windows Registry and also because it adopted new techniques to stay persistent on the system. Its evolution apparently never stopped, in this post we will analyze what appears to be a new strain of the malware with an incredibly low detection rate.
Cyber security is a hot topic. Quite frankly it always was an interesting subject, though today threats have been advancing at an alarming rate, companies are increasingly more concerned about their data, especially after the amount of data breaches reported this year and actively pursuing strategies to build better guards for their intellectual property.
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