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December 8th, 2021
Papers added:
ZipExec - Using COM to execute password protected ZIP files by Tyl0us
XLLPOC - Code execution via Excel by Moo Hax

vx-underground.org update

December 7th, 2021
APTs added:
2021.12.02/SideCopy APT
2021.12.03/TigerRAT
2021.11.07/IronTiger APT Campaign

Samples added:
Android.CleaningService

vx-underground.org update

December 2nd, 2021
Linux papers added:
The Tangled Genealogy of IoT Malware by Emanuele Cozzi, Pierre-Antoine Vervier, Matteo Dell’Amico, Yun Shen, Leyla Bilge, Davide Balzarotti
Understanding Fileless Attacks on Linux-based IoT Devices with HoneyCloud by Fan Dang, Zhenhua Li, Yunhao Liu, Ennan Zhai, Qi Alfred Chen, Tianyin Xu, Yan Chen, Jingyu Yang
Kernel Data Attack is a Realistic Security Threat by Jidong Xiao, Hai Huang, Haining Wang

Windows papers added:
Anatomy Of Native IIS Malware by ESET
Abusing Windows’ Implementation of Fork() for Stealthy Memory Operations by Bill Demirkapi

vx-underground.org update

November 29th, 2021
New malware samples added:
APT Tardigrade
Cronrat samples
RatDispenser samples
Android.Cynos samples
Babadeda Crypter samples

vx-underground.org update

November 27th, 2021
General Updates:
Notes from UG tab has been renamed to Threat Intel. This is best describes this category and material that will be present
Darkweb site table added

Malware Defense Updates:
When Malware Changed Its Mind: An Empirical Study of Variable Program Behaviors in the Real World
Analysis Of Anti-virus Software Quarantine Files

Threat Intelligence Updates:
Bassterlord Networking Manual

vx-underground.org update

November 26th, 2021

Hello and welcome to vx-underground.org 2.0. Our site has made a large aesthetic update. Historically our website utilized ASCII art and other more hackerish aesthetics. Although this is nice - it proved to be increasingly difficult to add, remove, or organize content.

The new aesthetic we're using is also fairly generic. It is nothing special. It does not contain large amounts of images, CSS, or javascript. It is still HTML and basic CSS. We hope the website can be easily navigable and easy on the eyes.

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