Researchers uncover PowerShell Trojan that uses DNS queries to get its orders

If you build it, the Hackers will come. That's just a fact folks.

Researchers at Cisco's Talos threat research group are publishing research today on a targeted attack delivered by a malicious Microsoft Word document that goes to great lengths to conceal its operations. Based entirely on Windows PowerShell scripts, the remote access tool communicates with the attacker behind it through a service that is nearly never blocked: the Domain Name Service.

The malware was first discovered by a security researcher (@simpo13) who alerted Talos because of one peculiar feature of the code that he discovered: it called out Cisco's SourceFire security appliances in particular with the encoded text, "SourceFireSux." 

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