A new malware campaign, that uses a modified exploit of a vulnerability in Microsoft Office to download the trojan Agent Tesla and other malware such as the Loki information stealer, can avoid detection by most common anti-virus solutions, the Cisco Talos Intelligence Group claims.
Windows ransomware known as SamSam has earned its creators almost US$6 million since late 2015, the security firm Sophos says, with the malware using carefully targeted attacks to obtain a ransom. Australia has been a target in about 2% of the attacks using this malware.
Oh my word, two Perth students "have been named Australia National Champions for Microsoft Word and Adobe Creative Suite, respectively".
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