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New Phoenix Exploit Kit Version Employs Anti-Analysis Techniques
New versions of the Phoenix drive-by download kit employ special obfuscation and name randomization techniques in order to protect its installations from analysis by security researchers.
Along Eleonore, Phoenix is one of the most popular exploit kits used by cyber criminals to silently infect users with malware over the Web.
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