Tag Archives: Trend Micro

TrendMicro Alert of Malware Inside MS PowerPoint Presentation

Vulnerable program is the first way an attacker will use for getting access to remote systems, Trend Micro lab reported new malicious PowerPoint file that contain a backdoor and spreads via email messages. By opening the infected attachment a shellcode

Fake Email Trick aims to Redirect Users to Malicious websites

Several spamming messages have been observed by Trend Micro Lab that are targeting social network users, we used in the traditional spam message to find advertising content directly on the email but the reported cases seems to be slightly different

Trend Micro Alerting of Growing Android Malwares

Trend Micro have released a new report that are focusing on mobile system malicious applications for the first quarter of 2012, the document state discovering approximately 5,000 new malicious Android application which poses a big threat for Android users. Android

Temple Run Fake Version Infect Android Users

Mobile malware on the rise, another case has been detected by Trend Micro Lab that targets Android smartphones. Attackers used Temple Run a widely used game application to spread and attract users to their malicious software. The most interesting is

TrendMicro Alert of Facebook Valentine’s Scam

New malicious campaign have been detected by Trend Micro that is circulating on Facebook, the malware is called TROJ_FOOKBACE.A and it starts by inviting Facebook users to install a new cool theme for the Valentine , I think this will

ZeuS Spreading via Facebook Friends Request

New spamming campaign has been reported by Trend micro. This type of malware is spreading through Facebook.  The downloaded malware is another type of Zbot, also called Zeus a Trojan horse that attempts to steal confidential information from the compromised

Zeus Grabbing Kaspersky’s Digital Signatures

Trend Micro threat researchers has reported detecting several malicious web files that are using a strange digital signature which looks like be signed by antivirus company Kaspersky. After analyzing the files and there signatures there has been a clear difference