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F-Secure Weblog

by Sean

April 11, 2011

We recently came across a ransom trojan that prompts with "Windows license locked!"

The trojan claims that "you should complete activation" and provides several phones numbers.

F-Secure Weblog

by Sean

March 30, 2011

Our February 23rd post noted that Facebook's SSL "Secure Browsing" preferences had some issues remaining persistent.

There's been some encouraging progress since then, and this is now what happens when a non-HTTPS application is accessed...

F-Secure Weblog

by Sean

March 28, 2011

Twitter.com has a verified account called @TopTweets that "algorithmically selects and retweets some of the most interesting tweets spreading across Twitter. Enjoy!"

Well, it looks as if an adult dating spammer is gaming the system (or else Twitter really needs to tweak its top tweets algorithm).

F-Secure Weblog

by Sean

March 17, 2011

Our Threat Research team just completed some interesting analysis of a new Man-in-the-mobile (Mitmo) Symbian trojan (designed to steal mTANs ), and what's particularly interesting about this variant is that it appears to be a component of SpyEye.

Previous versions of Mitmo were coupled with the ZeuS trojan. There were publicly disclosed cases of ZeuS Mitmo in September, 2010 (Spain) and February of this year (Poland). ZeuS and SpyEye recently merged...

F-Secure Weblog

by Sean

March 16, 2011

Facebook recently announced a major overall of their comments system. The new changes will allow Facebook users to comment on third-party websites using their profiles.

Supporters of the new system hope that it will help in combating Internet trolls and comment spam because Facebook accounts typically use real names. Critics of the system argue that it's a threat to free speech.

F-Secure Weblog

by Sean

March 11, 2011

An 8.9-magnitude earthquake has occurred off the north-eastern coast of Japan and a tsunami causing major damage has followed.

Naturally, people want to know more, and so they turn to the Web and search for news. And the first place many turn is Google. As a result, several of Google's home pages now include the following alert...

F-Secure Weblog

by Sean

February 23, 2011

My Facebook account finally provided me with the option to use an HTTPS connection "whenever possible" last week.

My security settings are undone? But the option is supposed to be "whenever possible", so the earlier prompt about switching to a "regular connection" was just temporary, right? No.

F-Secure Weblog

by Sean

February 21, 2011

Breaking news from Poland today: A variant of the ZeuS trojan is targeting the mobile phone based, two-factor authentication used by ING Bank Slaski.

From the details that we've gathered so far, this appears to be the same type of ZeuS Man-in-the-mobile attack that took place in Spain last year. Spanish security company, S21sec first reported on ZeuS Mitmo here.

f-secure.com

by Sean

February 15, 2011

Last week, I applied Microsoft Updates to one my Windows XP test machines and noted an optional update which restricts "AutoRun entries in the AutoPlay dialog to only CD and DVD drives".

Larry Seltzer's technically accurate (based on Microsoft's statement) story about trimming AutoRun was followed up by another story with a correction from Microsoft. "The functionality change to Autorun is, for the moment, marked as Optional for Windows XP. Users who have automatic updates set to install both Optional and Important updates have already begun to receive the update. We plan over the next few weeks to re-set the change to Important, allowing it to reach the remainder of the Automatic Update-using XP community."

f-secure.com

by Sean

December 20, 2010

Here's some analysis of Facebook spam that we have been tracking today.

A number of the spammers utilize bit.ly and have public timelines. Here's the least successful of the three we tracked.

      

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