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New spy / adware? buy.internettraffic,com sell.internettraffic.com

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#1 highplains


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Posted 07 February 2013 - 12:37 PM

So, Im a new security person at my company. I check through the firewall logs a few times a week looking for odd things.

I searched for dns queries going straight out to internet from our clients (as they should never do that, they should only go to internal DNS servers)

I found a PC making dns queries out to 4 diff dns servers (we deny the requests). Then another PC and now I have a thrid PC making these requests.

Neither ForeFront, MalwareBytes, our IDS or ComboFix detected anything when we scanned with them. In every case so far we have reimaged. I have an infected laptop at my desk but i have not done any analysis yet.

I cant find much info via Google. Is this something new that isnt on anyones radar yet?

All I know is my clients PCs should NOT be making requests out to odd dns servers, so its mal/ad/spyware.

Heres the dns server they reach out to sell.internettraffic.com buy.internettraffic.com

hxxp://internettraffic.com/ - very ambiguous - no idea what "service" is being provided

#2 highplains


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Posted 07 February 2013 - 01:06 PM

sry, i should have posted this in the Research Center section.

Im sure an admin will be kind enough to move this thread :)

#3 highplains


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Posted 08 February 2013 - 04:11 PM

now ive got another person with this.. sigh
sry about being a noob, ill get the sans sift kit or something and try to find a sample binary i can submit.

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Posted 09 February 2013 - 03:55 AM


Looks like you posted your issue in the wrong forum :)

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