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WinRAR spoofing vulnerability being exploited in malware campaign

2014/03/27

SC Magazine - (International) A vulnerability in the WinRAR .zip file compressor identified by a security researcher was seen in a malware campaign targeting government, international, and business organizations. IntelCrawler researchers spotted the campaign, which uses the vulnerability to disguise the contents of .zip files, and found that a Zeus-like trojan is being used to establish remote administration channels and collect information.

Source: http://www.scmagazine.com/winrar-spoofing-vulnerability-being-exploited-in-malware-campaign/article/340135/

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