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Threat Research Blog

The FireEye Labs team posts blog entries under threat research to present and discuss cyber attacks and threat intelligence from a technical perspective. They cover the full spectrum of exploits and vulnerabilities, including advanced malware and targeted threats.


    Grum CnCs—Just a few more to go

    By Atif Mushtaq
    This post was updated on July 17, 2012, at 3:15 PM. Last week, I wrote an article covering various aspects of a large spam botnet named Grum. This article mainly covered the current command and control (CnC) coordinates of this botnet. The intention behind this article was not only to share this information for a general awareness, but also to invite the research community to come forward to take down this spam Read more...


    More Flame/sKyWIper CNC Behavior Uncovered

    By Ali Islam
    When news of the Flame/SkyWiper malware hit the headlines last month, the world went into a frenzy. Flame was immediately hailed as the world’s most sophisticated malware. While security researchers will surely be talking about Flame for years to come, FireEye has since made another discovery regarding Flame’s command and control (CNC) behavior: it appears that the Flamer/sKyWIper malware’s callback has recently changed.Specifically, we have evidence that the malware is likely proxy-aware Read more...