Tag Archives: random sub-domains

Using DNS for “Local” Threat Intelligence

In a session I attended at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, one of the panelists was asked a question in the Q&A section about detecting malware that stays entirely in memory, i.e. Avoiding detection by never writing itself to disk. The panelist’s answer was insightful; he stated that malware still needs to communicate with […]

Cloudmark’s 3Q 2014 Security Threat Report

This quarter we investigate knock-off designer goods pitched by way of Apple iMessage’s first major spam campaign, examine the curious patterns of sub-domains generated for by DNS resource exhaustion attack, discuss the popular Peter Pan attack, and more trends in Cloudmark’s Q3 2014 Security Threat Report. On-going since last quarter, iMessage has been hit with the […]

DNS Gang Wars of the Wild Wild East

What does running the DNS infrastructure of a major ISP have in common with operating an online gambling site based in China? If you are running DNS operations of any scale then you are almost certainly participating in a world wide racketeering campaign specifically targeting online gambling sites, many of which operate out of China […]

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