Since May of 2014, I’ve been tracking a particular group that uses the Sweet Orange exploit kit to deliver malware. This group also uses obfuscation to make it harder to detect the infection chain of events.
Either way, the infection chain flows according to following block diagram:
Read on at ISC InfoSec Community Forums post An Example of Evolving Obfuscation
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