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Warner said anti-virus detection for this malware is extremely low: Only three out of 40 different anti-virus products detected the file as malicious, yet none of those currently identify it for what it is: Another new version of the ZeuS Trojan.
These broad attacks usually are quite successful, and in the past they have been used to great effect by the same criminal gangs that have been stealing tens of millions of dollars from small to mid-sized businesses.
A word to the wise: Do not click on attachments included in unsolicited e-mails, especially those that encourage you to act quickly or else suffer some scary fate.
These are almost universally scams or attempts to plant malicious software on your computer. Also, note that the IRS has stated emphatically that it does not communicate with citizens via e-mail.
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Both comments and pings are currently closed. I updated Adobe. That said, there are other ways a trojan might infect your machine too.
I would advise checking for other infected machines on the network, and also any removable storage devices that you use.
Some of those popups can be fake messages as a precursor to an attack. Clicking on them, can start a process that gives it permission to do actions other than what it purports to be.
If you are logged in as a standard user, these usually fail — especially on a x64 Windows system. If you do need extensive permission, there are active x blockers that can disable such page controls.
If it is infected, all you can see is a red x where the control icon was supposed to be located. If a sight has been badly compromised, the whole page will not display properly.
MBAM can block bad servers that provide the malicious page objects to sites that have been compromised. You have to have the real time protection enabled to do this.
I am just big on promoting web-safety. They all have free versions, though; only Javacools has free real-time active X protection, and Mozilla NoScript is free, and works well when blocking everything on the page.
At least there is usually granular control on No Script, so you can decide for your self which objects you trust. The problem with NoScript is that it requires a bit of sophistication that most people do not have.
I have tried to convince non-techies to use NoScript and it has only served to confuse them. Responses from these programs are not on English but in computerese.
They are dry and maybe too descriptive at times. Also, why are we not pounding on Microsoft for writing software that allows for this type of attack?
The whole model is bad and will keep getting worse until Microsoft and other browser vendors look at fixing the browser model.
Do your homework — on Vista and Win7 IE does run in a sand box by default. Because of the way Microsoft incorporated IE into Windows XP its not possible back port the sandbox into XP without breaking certian apps from 3rd party developers — the same developers that are screaming that Vista and Win7 are broken and will never change from XP.
Its those developers that need to be scolded. Thanks to everyone who replied. They are definitely not fake messages.
I try to be as tech-savvy as possible, but a lot of it comes from listening to folks like you. One more thing: after I ran a fix and read the log, I noticed that the harmful files started arriving two days after I installed the American Airlines shopping toolbar.
I did it for bonus miles my bad. Toolbars are notorious for attracting malware, if not installing them directly!
AdBlock Plus for Firefox is set up for bad ad servers, some of which supply malware. SpywareBlaster has a host file that is malware centric, and concentrates on blocking malware servers.
It works for FF and IE both, but you can only have one host file per browser — I believe, so one must choose. Maureen, I never install any toolbar.
For any reason. That includes Google, Yahoo and any others. Having said that I use Linux as my operating system rather than Windows.
My choice. Yes, NoScript is very useful but some users will not be able to use it properly because they need educating.
Brian, do you know of any? Training video maybe? Now I do it is time to pass on my knowledge to those who need it.
Sorry about that Maureen. Bottom line is educating those who need it. I use this site with AdBlock Plus disabled. Just a note: the domain name v-ddr was also used in addition to vrddr with the ccTLD of ru.
It was using the same fast-flux server it has been using for several months and many of the hosting sites on the server are used over and over again.
The main difference I noticed this time was they went to the trouble of registering multiple domains used in the email campaign which then linked to the fast-flux server.
Usually they put the domain that references the fast-flux server in the email. We had to create a thread on inboxrevenge.
You had to be familiar with the Google Groups file structure to know what the main page for the group would be.
And even when Google finally did respond to our reports, they just put a warning that the files might be spam or malware without actually removing them.
The links now all appear to be hacked sites. The zeus folks are an interesting lot to keep tabs on. The schizophrenia between the lure and the landing is interesting.
Why would a Twitter phish, or an Amazon gift card trojan email have a call to action link that drops you on a CPharm site? Many of these campaigns are characterized by the fact that the spam messages use urls of pages hosted on compromised web servers in the call to action link.
The recent YouTube spam from yesterday was another in this set of campaigns that landed people on a CPharm site actually toldspeak.
Moreover, the malware distributing hosts would only dish up the code if the browser requesting was vulnerable, and even then, would only do so once for a given IP.
Each of them may also be mailing for several other affiliate programs. In addition, Zeus is distributed by multiple spammers who may have purchased the kit.
So inconsistencies are to be expected. I have no doubt that the Partnerka and Zeus although perhaps not exclusively toolkits are involved with this recent spate of schizophrenic campaigns.
I think it might serve as a kind of red herring, to draw attention away from the one-click exploit that seems to be the true nature of these campaigns.
Or it may simply be that the PPI crew is rushing to take advantage of the recent Adobe vulns, and the drop at a CPharm site is just another monetization aspect of the campaign.
Statistically, I can imagine, this would be a good move for the spammers. Whatever the case, the spammers appear to be doing whatever it takes to get the user to click, using every SE trick in the book.
People who respond to spam emails must just have brains that process things differently than mine. I get many spams for CPh that imitate the format of the fake e-card spams that were used to spread Storm Worm — except instead of getting a malware download, you just go to a pharma site.
Ditto for the attachments that just contain image files of the spammed link. But I get lots of spams that do this.
I always wonder why nobody realized in advance how easy it is to hide malicious stuff behind those nice URLs.
For instance, Apache. I believe that Twitter played a significant role, though. Add-ons for Firefox and other browsers are available now.
In the future, we will integrate with major analyzers such as Google Safe Browse, PhishTank and friends to alert the users before they click.
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