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Carberp source code now leaked

The Bootpocalypse While security blogs are still flooding the internet with the old news of the carberp source going on sale for $50k, I’d like to take some time to give you some slightly more recent news and a recap.  Towards the end of last month it became apparent to …

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Carberp source code, days away from full leak

Brief history Carberp was a banking bot that first came up on researchers’ radars in the last part of 2010. By the end of 2011 the bot had been spotted in the wild, testing with bootkit functionality. Come the end of 2012 the full kit, including the bootkit, were put …

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Rise of the dual architecture usermode rootkit

A bit about past rootkits In the past it has been very common to see usermode rootkits that only attack one architecture, which has usually been 32-bit. A standard rootkit injects code into specific/all running processes in order to modify code inside them, this then allows it to hide itself …