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  • Qakbot Trojan now spreads inside SVG images


    In the world of information security, there is also smuggling - through e-mail and pictures.

    Cybersecurity researchers at Cisco Talos have discovered that Qakbot operators distribute malware using SVG images embedded in HTML email attachments.

    This distribution method is called HTML Smuggling, which uses HTML and JavaScript functions to run encoded malicious code contained in a decoy attachment and deliver a payload to the victim's computer.


    In a chain of attacks, a JavaScript script is inserted inside the SVG image and executed when the recipient of the email launches the HTML attachment. Once run, the script creates a malicious ZIP archive and presents the user with a dialog to save the file.

    The ZIP archive is also password protected, which is displayed in the HTML attachment, after which the ISO image is extracted to launch the Qakbot trojan.

    According to experts from Sophos, Qakbot collects a wide range of profile information from infected systems, including information about all configured user accounts, permissions, installed software, running services, etc.

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