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2014-04-03 16:05:15 | Rasmus Larsen

The SWEPT consortium announced today that it has successfully launched the SWEPT project, with the first official kick-off meeting held the 18th and 19th of March 2014 in Bilbao, Spain.The SWEPT project will receive € 1.99 million funding from the European Union ICT Policy Support Programme as part of the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP)....

2014-03-12 10:30:44 | Peter Kruse

CSIS has observed and analyzed several spam emails sent in ”targeted spam campaigns” where the attached file either is an RTF or an RTF packed in a zip archive....

2014-01-30 11:45:17 | Peter Kruse

This morning a spam campaign has hit a lot of random e-mail adresses proporting to be from Staples. The spam mail carries an attachment:...

2014-01-12 17:45:06 | Peter Kruse

Today a clever Clickjacking campaign is flooding Facebook users. The lure is "Find Who Will be Your Valentine in 2014"....

2013-12-03 14:39:02 | Jonas Mønsted

Initial analysis done by Peter Kruse and Yuriy Khvyl...

2013-11-29 14:11:30 | Peter Kruse

Currently this malware family is targeting only a few European countries, but it's very likely that the authors have plans to make this a prevalent and more widespread threat as they continue to develop and improve both the binary code as well as their backend systems....

2013-11-25 13:13:37 | Jonas Mønsted

CSIS researchers have observed an introduction of a new commercial crimekit being sold on several underground web forums. The kit is dubbed »Atrax« and is both a cheap kit – costs less than $250 for the main platform - as well as it utilizes the TOR protocol for stealthy communication with C&Cs from where it is intended to get instructions, updates and new modules....

2013-11-13 00:24:48 | Peter Kruse

CSIS has analyzed the database related to the Adobe compromise and leaked database. The data is from this advisory from Adobe: http://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/policy-pricing/customer-alert.html....

2013-08-03 10:18:45 | Peter Kruse

The past two weeks have been quite busy for especially one group of criminals using different lures to force feed unpatched Windows machines with different types of malware. The exploits are provided with the assistance of the infamous Blackhole exploitkit....

2013-07-19 11:37:29 | Peter Kruse

We are seeing a massive spam campaign send to random e-mail adresses and which claims to be from UPS (does that sound familiar?)....

2013-01-31 09:32:00 | Peter Kruse

I assume you already heard about the CSIS Heimdal Security Agent, right?! If not you should visit our Heimdal website for further information. It’s located here: https://heimdalagent.com....

2013-01-23 10:56:23 | Frederik Braad

In the recent weeks, the tech media have been buzzing about Google "declaring war" on passwords, and researching alternative authentication options. It will certianly be exciting to follow their progress, but for now, We would like to offer a bit of advice on creating good passwords....

2013-01-17 09:08:39 | Peter Kruse

The home Trojan-banker known as Shylock has just yesterday been updated with new functions. When analyzed, during an investigation, we noticed that Shylock is now capable of spreading using the popular Voice over IP service and software application, Skype. This allows the malicious Trojan-banker to infect more hosts and continue to be a prevalent threat. Also, the timing does not seem completely coincidental as Microsoft just recently announced that they are discontinuing their Messenger solution and replacing it with Skype....

2012-09-12 13:32:39 | Peter Kruse

About a month ago eCrime researchers at CSIS Security Group discovered a new Trojan-banker which we dubbed ”Tinba” alias Tinybanker. The naming was decided based on the small size of the Trojan and the fact that this is the smallest Trojan-banker in the world - also see: "Say hello to Tinba: World’s smallest trojan-banker", https://www.csis.dk/en/csis/news/3566/...

2012-03-31 10:05:05 | Peter Kruse

Containing the Global Cybercrime Threat is Focus of Counter eCrime Operations Summit (CeCOS VI) in Prague, April 25-27 2012....

2012-01-27 09:47:59 | Peter Kruse

CSIS has observed a new Facebook campaign/survey, which is flourishing right now among incautious, inquisitive Facebook users. This a case of classic, but persuasive bait:...

2011-12-22 16:46:31 | Peter Kruse
As 2011 comes to an end, CSIS would like to express our gratitude to our customers, friends and partners around the world.We offer our best wishes for a Christmas filled with wonderful and warm memories, and a new year blessed with good health and the fulfillment of your ambitions. Rest assured that CSIS will stay focused in 2012 and continue to provide cutting edge it-security solutions.
2011-05-09 13:57:27 | Peter Kruse

On the 23rd of March 2011 we posted a blog about the source code for the infamous crime kit ZeuS (Wsnpoem/Zbot) being sold on at least two dark market forums (see: http://www.csis.dk/en/csis/blog/3176/)....

2011-05-02 11:20:09 | Peter Kruse

The first advanced DIY (Do-It-Yourself) crimeware kit aimed at the Mac OS X platform has just been announced on a few closed underground forums. Detailed information about this crimeware kit is not being leaked publicly and the authors of the kit are obviously trying to stay below the radar allowing only vetted users of the forums to see most of the content....

2011-03-23 13:49:32 | Peter Kruse

[Updated] - 24.3.2011 15.15 CET...

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