The Duqu 2.0 persistence module

We have described how Duqu 2.0 does not have a normal “persistence” mechanism. This can lead users to conclude that flushing out the malware is as simple as rebooting all the infected machines. In reality, things are a bit more complicated. Read Full Article

Grabit and the RATs

Not so long ago, Kaspersky clients in the United States approached Kaspersky researchers with a request to investigate a new type of malicious software that they were able to recover from their organizations’ servers. The malware calls itself Grabit. Read Full Article

The CozyDuke APT

CozyDuke (aka CozyBear, CozyCar or “Office Monkeys”) is a threat actor that became increasingly active in the 2nd half of 2014 and hit a variety of targets. The White House and Department of State are two of the most spectacular known victims. Read Full Article