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Prakash Galande

About Prakash Galande

Prakash Galande is a senior security researcher in Quick Heal with more than 7 years of experience. He is passionate about malware analysis, reverse engineering and promoting innovative technique in the anti-malware field. Occasionally he likes to write blogs.

New wave of Mal-Spam campaign attaching Disk Imaging Files

 January 24, 2020

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From past few months at Quick-Heal Labs, we have been observing a sudden rise in Spear Phishing mail containing distinct file formats as attachment like IMG, ISO, etc. These new types of attachments are mainly used to deploy some well-known and older Remote Access Trojans. The subject of these emails...

DDoS attacks spreading through ‘GodMode’ exploit – CVE-2014-6332

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 January 19, 2017

Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

We have recently observed an increase in the exploitation of the famous ‘GodMode’ exploit of the vulnerability CVE-2014-6332. The reliable proof of concept (POC) or exploit code for CVE-2016-6332 is readily available on the Internet. This makes it easy for attackers to integrate the exploit in various campaigns. They just...