Emsisoft Lab [Jul, 28, 2010]

Windows 7 is not safe. yet.

There have been quite a few security incident related to usb/flash drives and autorun behaviors. Since thee usage and portability of such vectors are advantageous to users, it was just a matter of time to be exploited by malware authors. A new threat, recently discovered, is getting some attention and we at Emsisoft wanted to […]

Alerts & Outbreaks, Emsisoft Lab [Jul, 21, 2010]

That video post in Craigslist!

Craigslist is one of the most popularly visited website, and malware authors are always on the lookout for such vectors for their own interest. A message like below have been circulating around in craigslist I just want to make sure i am going to buy the same which i am looking for. I can’t afford […]

Alerts & Outbreaks [Jul, 14, 2010]

Backgrounds of the current Twitter Spam mails increase

Most Internet users know of Twitter. It is a free service that allows the creation and following of short text messages, like a kind of “World Wide Web TXT”. A lot of private persons, but even huge companies use Twitter. Yes, Twitter is well known and a shining light of the Internet and its possibilities. […]

Emsisoft Lab [Jul, 8, 2010]

IRS and AcroIEHelper!

We have been continuously stressing on the importance of malicious attacks through social networks and social engineering methods. Social Carriers like Facebook, Twitter and Social Engineering catalysts like Internet browsers are under constant threat and malware authors are always trying their part to create different kinds of attacks through these vectors. Recent spam related distributions […]