Error updating appinit dlls in the registry Chat bable

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In years past the attack team would send a spear phish to a list of employees with an enticing subject that is within the area of responsibility for the audience being targeted.

Now there is cooperation with botnet catalog operators that list and sell "seats" inside organizations.

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They will be using administrative tools in much the same way your admin staff does.

Certain Citrix Xen App features are implemented by loading a number of DLL modules into the address space of each application and hooking certain API calls.

Once hooked, Citrix's implementation of a given function replaces the default implementation for the life of the process.

In my first article in the series, I will be covering methods used to persist access on Windows, Linux and Mac computers.

Follow up articles will cover the following: At the start of an attack, at least one system inside a company is compromised and it's from there that they work to expand onto other systems.

Basically, this looks to be related to Nvidia Optimus, PVC. A support case has already been logged and closed citing Nvidia drivers as the culprit determined by a couple of dump files.

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