Researchers from security outfits Proofpoint, BrilliantIT and Abuse.ch have collaborated to sinkhole an infection chain known as EITest that has used compromised sites to direct Windows users to exploit kit landing pages and social engineering schemes.
A survey of 2250 businesses in five countries, including Australia, claims to have found pervasive evidence of email fraud — defined as business email compromise — that is disruptive and catching businesses off-guard.
Malicious attackers have used the leaked source code of a popular remote access tool for Windows, known as Ammyy Admin, to create a remote access trojan which researchers at security firm Proofpoint have dubbed FlawedAmmyy.
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