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CryptBot has recently been hosted and distributed via compromised webpages that appear to offer cracked versions of popular video games and other software. Threat actors commonly bundle their Trojanized executables this way to lure their victims into unknowingly downloading and executing malicious code.
Overall, it appears that the threat actor has decided to trim the file, so it only includes the core functionality necessary for successful data exfiltration. One of the features removed is the anti-sandbox capabilities used in previous versions.
Previous versions of this infostealer contained two C2 addresses that were used for data exfiltration and one address used to retrieve additional malware, whereas the version analyzed here has been limited to one dedicated address for exfiltration and one for additional downloads.
While analysts have noted that the BlackBerry 7 operating system is a marked improvement over previous versions, mainly because of its improved browser, they say that most of RIM's hopes for success will depend on new devices running the QNX operating system. RIM expects smartphones running QNX to appear in 2012. That OS is already featured in RIM's PlayBook tablet device.
Some previous BlackBerry devices, such as the Bold 9000, were equipped with Intel XScale 624 MHz processors. The Bold 9700 featured a newer version of the Bold 9000's processor but is clocked at the same speed. The Curve 8520 featured a 512 MHz processor, while BlackBerry 8000 series smartphones, such as the 8700 and the Pearl, are based on the 312 MHz ARM XScale ARMv5TE PXA900. An exception to this is the BlackBerry 8707 which is based on the 80 MHz Qualcomm 3250 chipset; this was due to the PXA900 chipset not supporting 3G networks. The 80 MHz processor in the BlackBerry 8707 meant the device was often slower to download and render web pages over 3G than the 8700 was over EDGE networks. Early BlackBerry devices, such as the BlackBerry 950, used Intel 80386-based processors.
The previous operating system developed for older BlackBerry devices was BlackBerry OS, a proprietary multitasking environment developed by RIM. The operating system is designed for use of input devices such as the track wheel, track ball, and track pad. The OS provides support for Java MIDP 1.0 and WAP 1.2. Previous versions allowed wireless synchronisation with Microsoft Exchange Server email and calendar, as well as with Lotus Domino email. OS 5.0 provides a subset of MIDP 2.0, and allows complete wireless activation and synchronisation with Exchange email, calendar, tasks, notes and contacts, and adds support for Novell GroupWise and Lotus Notes. The BlackBerry Curve 9360, BlackBerry Torch 9810, Bold 9900/9930, Curve 9310/9320 and Torch 9850/9860 featured the 2011 BlackBerry OS 7. Apps are available for these devices through BlackBerry World (which before 2013 was called BlackBerry App World).
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Smartphones continue to grow in popularity and are now as powerful and functional as many computers. It is important to protect your smartphone just like you protect your computer to avoid growing mobile cyber threats. Mobile security tips can help you reduce the risk of exposure to mobile security threats. Please note that these security tips reflect the latest software updates as of December 2012 and may not be accurate for previous versions:
You can either install FBReader from the Mac App Store or download the package from this site. The versions are slightly different: the App Store variant scratches out ebook purchases as the Apple guidelines require. 2b1af7f3a8