Running DLL Files for Malware Analysis

READ FIRST: Disclaimer – Malware can destroy data, damage your computer, cause your computer to damage other computers, steal information, or cause other harm to property and even life in the case of a system which is in control of some equipment or machinery. When analyzing malware, you must always do so on a machine […]

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What is an Advanced Persistent Threat (APT)?

In the anti-malware world, you may hear the term APT which is short for Advanced Persistent Threat. It sounds like a complicated buzzword. What is it really? Before we start talking about what an “advanced” persistent threat is, let’s just start with a plain ol’ persistent threat. In computer science, the term “persistence” is generally […]

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Deobfuscating JavaScript Malware

Fileless Malware

The Malware Research Team have come across some JavaScript malware as we posted about in Fileless Malware Explained last month. In this post, we will highlight one such piece of malware and specifically, the process used in deobfuscating part of the malicious code. What is Obfuscation? Code obfuscation is a group of techniques used to […]

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Fileless Malware Explained

Fileless Malware

A few days ago, Kayla wrote about Fileless Malware, and how PC Matic protects your devices from it. Malware can be so complicated and confusing to understand, that Malware Research is a full-time job… Let alone “fileless” malware. However, when explained in the proper steps, the concept is actually very easy to understand and every […]

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