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The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Crypmodadv' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'ransomware'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-05-03.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'ZeGhost' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'apt'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-06-21.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Zeus' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'financial'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-06-13.

This strike sends a polymorphic malware sample known as Qakbot. Qakbot, aka Qbot, has been around for since at least 2008. Qbot primarily targets sensitive information like banking credentials but can also steal FTP credentials and spread across a network using SMB.The binary has a random section name renamed according to the PE format specification. The MD5 hash of this Qakbot sample is...

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Sakurel' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'apt'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-08-29.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Sakurel' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'apt'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-01-09.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'ZeGhost' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'apt'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-09-18.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Shifu' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'retail'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-08-14.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Shifu' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'retail'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-02-25.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Dridex' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'financial'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-01-28.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'CosmicDuke' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'apt'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-05-31.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Virlock' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'ransomware'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-03-20.

CVSS: 6.5 (AV:N/AC:L/Au:S/C:P/I:P/A:P)

In uftpd before 2.11, there is a buffer overflow vulnerability in handle_PORT in ftpcmd.c that is caused by a buffer that is 16 bytes large being filled via sprintf() with user input based on the format specifier string %d.%d.%d.%d. The 16 byte size is correct for valid IPv4 addresses (len('255.255.255.255') == 16), but the format specifier %d allows more than 3 digits. This has been...

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'TeslaCrypt' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'ransomware'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-01-21.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'TrickBot' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'financial'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-07-10.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Filecoder' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'ransomware'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-03-14.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Disttrack' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'apt'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-05-24.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Shifu' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'retail'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-02-09.

The sample has been identified as being associated with the 'Shifu' family of malware. The sample targets Win32 platforms. The sample is categorized as 'retail'. The sample was first seen in the wild on 2022-04-13.

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