Attacking Diffie-Hellman protocol implementation in the Angler Exploit Kit

In Angler, threat actors used the Diffie-Hellman protocol to creating difficulties in firewall detection of the exploit and also making it harder for the analysts to get the exploit code. However, the experts from Kaspersky Lab managed to perform a successful attack against Diffie-Hellman protocol implementation and decipher the shellcode. Read Full Article

A Glimpse Behind “The Mask”

The world of APTs is a colorful place. In 2012, we uncovered Flame, a massive cyberespionage operation infiltrating computers in the Middle East. Our research indicated a connection with the wellknown Stuxnet cyberweapon, designed to sabotage the Iranian nuclear program.In… Read Full Article

Adobe Flash Player 0-day and HackingTeam’s Remote Control System

Adobe Flash Player CVE-2013-0633 is a critical vulnerability that was discovered and reported to Adobe by Kaspersky Lab researchers Sergey Golovanov and Alexander Polyakov. The exploits for CVE-2013-0633 have been observed while monitoring the so-called -legal- surveillance malware created by the Italian company HackingTeam. In this blog, we will describe some of the attacks and the usage of this 0-day to deploy malware from -HackingTeam- marketed as Remote Control System. Read Full Article