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[SANS ISC] Microsoft Publisher Files Delivering Malware

I published the following diary on isc.sans.org: “Microsoft Publisher Files Delivering Malware“: Attackers are always searching for new ways to deliver malicious content to their victims. A few days ago, Microsoft Publisher malicious files were spotted by security researchers[1]. Publisher is a low-level desktop publishing application offered by Microsoft in

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[SANS ISC] Investigating Microsoft BITS Activity

I published the following diary on isc.sans.org: “Investigating Microsoft BITS Activity“: Microsoft BITS (“Background Intelligent Transfer Service”) is a tool present[1] in all modern Microsoft Windows operating systems. As the name says, you can see it as a “curl” or “wget” tool for Windows. It helps to transfer files between

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[SANS ISC Diary] Malware Delivered via ‘.pub’ Files

I published the following diary on isc.sans.org: “Malware Delivered via ‘.pub’ Files“. While searching for new scenarios to deliver their malwares[1][2], attackers launched a campaign to deliver malicious code embedded in Microsoft Publisher[3] (.pub) files. The tool Publisher is less known than Word or Excel. This desktop publishing tool was released in 1991 (version

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