All posts for the month January, 2013

Have you, or your anti-virus software, noticed a file called ‘cna12.dll’ on your computer? Have you suddenly found that you have an imaginary friend called ‘piress’ whom you didn’t know about? If so, you may have fallen victim to a MySQL attack (and ‘piress’ may not be so imaginary, nor friendly for that matter). Continue Reading

Seeing an increase in MySQL attacks hitting your network and interested in knowing more about them? This post follows on from the previous post which discussed how to run a Cuckoo Sandbox analysis of a MySQL attack.

This post starts analysing the results and notices an issue with a particular malware trait and Cuckoo (v0.4.2). Awfully gripping stuff — I was on the edge of my seat, but then that could be because my table was too far away from my chair. Continue Reading