New Drop Box Hacking Tool - Submit URLs To Norton?
Envoyé le: 2022-07-12 | 00:39 · Édité: 2022-07-12 | 00:43 · 14 Replies · Permalien · Traduction:
Due to a lapse in common sense malware self-protection practice, my email account was hacked on July 1st and used to send covert malware links via Drop Box linked emails from my email account. That has been stopped by PW change and running System Restore back in time before July 1st to remove any possible malware that might have been planted in my Windows 10 OS. All email contacts have been notified. Would Norton be interested in my sending two URLs linked to this malware for analysis and detection? I just loaded the URLs into https://www.virustotal.com/old-browsers/home/url and received the following results. Virus Total links to 87 Malware detection companies like Sophos, Kaspersky, ESET, etc. who analyze and report potential threats. This is new malware, so not many have provided protection for it yet. Norton is not one of the 87. OUgrad URL#1 CMC Threat Intelligence malicious - CRDF malicious - alphaMountain.ai malicious - Seclookup malicious - CyRadar malicious - Emsisoft malicious - Avira malicious - Antiy-AVL malicious - Netcraft malicious - Phishing Database malicious - ESET malicious URL#2 Seclookup malicious - Trustwave malicious - Emsisoft malicious - Netcraft malicious - ESET malicious
Re: New Drop Box Hacking Tool - Submit URLs To Norton?
Envoyé le: 2022-07-18 | 00:20 · Permalien
I received the 2 suspicious URLs from @OUgrad. We have already detected the URLs as malicious.