More on Atak

In last four hours, we’ve detected three new variants of Email-Worm.Win32.Atak. This takes us from modification .h to .j.

Modification .j differs from previous versions because it attempts to protect itself against analysis.

Antivirus databases have been updated for these new variants.

It’s not an epidemic, but we will continue to track this increased activity.

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