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Posted on 2021-07-19 by Dmitry Melikov
Email-borne pathogens frequently commence with the inclusion of a malicious document. This long-running trend continues to pose a serious threat to the security of organizations and users. Criminals are constantly improving their methods and looking for new ways to compromise victims. Payload trends change over time, with Ransomware being one that is capturing many headlines.
Posted on 2021-06-30 by Isabelle Quinn
According to the 2020 Verizon Breach and Investigation report, Email is still the most common vector by which organizations are attacked. The importance of implementing email security best practices, therefore, cannot be exaggerated, considering most enterprises rely heavily on this channel for everyday business communications.
Posted on 2021-06-16 by Dmitry Melikov
A few days ago, we found an interesting document in the wild that aims to download spyware applications. The sample in question shows low detection rates across multiple antivirus engines, which rouses our suspicion. The email containing the attachment document was allegedly sent from a logistics campaign.
Posted on 2021-05-26 by Dmitry Melikov
We have found an exciting document that hides a whole chain of PS scripts. Unfortunately, the original document has used a coercive lure to make the victim enable macros that drop malicious artifacts. This specific document's lure is written in French "BIENVENUE DANS WORD Microsoft Word a ete mise a jour avec succes"

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