Chicago-based security firm Trustwave claims to have found a new Windows malware family, which it has crhistened GoldenSpy, that is embedded in tax payment software that a Chinese bank requires companies to install to do business with it in China.
A malware campaign that uses military-themed malicious Microsoft Office documents to spread a remote access trojan has been observed by Cisco's Talos Intelligence Group, with the group adding that the RAT was spread using customised Cobalt Strike beacons.
Twice in the space of three months, researchers from BlackBerry have put out studies pushing claims about malware and ransomware that is alleged to attack Linux, giving the impression that this operating system is also under as much threat as Windows.
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