Fileless Malware Attacks

Hunting Fileless Malware: Invisible but not Undetected

Fileless malware attacks are a growing concern in cyber-security with an interesting history that dates back to 2001. After remaining almost silent for several years, this type of threat began to gain fresh traction in 2014 with new concepts introduced at a fast pace. Today such attacks are so common that new strategies had to be developed to identify and contain them.
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Ursnif reloaded: tracing the latest trojan campaigns

On the 9th of October our customers started reporting the same kind of incident over the span of a few hours. The identified activity appears to be linked to the banking Trojan Ursnif, a long active malware, whose roots can be traced back to 2007 together with ZeuS and SpyEye, still with strong infection capabilities in each of its campaigns. The attack vector was a malicious email with a Word document attached.
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