Malware Lures Gallery

It's no secret that client-side attacks are a common source of compromise for many organizations. Web browser and e-mail borne malware campaigns target users by way of phishing, social engineering, and exploitation. Office suites from vendors such as Adobe and Microsoft are ubiquitous and provide a rich and ever-changing attack surface. Poor user awareness and clever social engineering tactics frequently result in users consenting to the execution of malicious embedded logic such as macros, JavaScript, ActionScript, and Java applets.

Welcome to our curated gallery of malware lures. An ever-growing collection of images we extract from the millions of real-world malicious files we analyze daily. Malware operators prefer image-based lures over text-based ones as it creates a blind spot for any security solution not equipped with modern computer vision and text recognition models.

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