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Decoy Dog New Breed of Malware Posing Serious Threats to Enterprise Networks
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Decoy Dog New Breed of Malware Posing Serious Threats to Enterprise Networks

A more thorough examination of the Decoy Dog malware, which was recently found, has shown that it is a major improvement over the Pupy RAT, the open-source remote access trojan it is based on. According to a research released by Infoblox on Tuesday, "Decoy Dog has a full suite of powerful, previously unknown capabilities, including the ability to move victims to another controller, allowing them to keep in touch with infected machines while remaining hidden for extended periods of time." "Some victims have been interacting with a Decoy Dog server actively for more than a year." Other new capabilities enable the malware to connect to emergency controllers via a mechanism akin to a conventional DNS domain generation algorithm (DGA) read more Decoy Dog New Breed of Malware Posing Serio...
New Decoy Dog Malware Toolkit Uncovered Targeting Enterprise Networks
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New Decoy Dog Malware Toolkit Uncovered Targeting Enterprise Networks

An analysis of over 70 billion DNS records has led to the discovery of a new sophisticated malware toolkit dubbed Decoy Dog targeting enterprise networks. Decoy Dog, as the name implies, is evasive and employs techniques like strategic domain aging and DNS query dribbling, wherein a series of queries are transmitted to the command-and-control (C2) domains so as to not arouse any suspicion. "Decoy Dog is a cohesive toolkit with a number of highly unusual characteristics that make it uniquely identifiable, particularly when examining its domains on a DNS level," Infoblox said in an advisory published late last month New Decoy Dog Malware Toolkit Uncovered Targeting Enterprise Networks. With ReconBee.com Stay ahead of the latest threats with in-depth coverage of cyber attacks and cy...