Tag "malware"

UST Global keeps attackers at bay with Cisco Email Security

by January 28, 2019

“Cisco’s commitment to the security portfolio is evident from its security stack line staying on top of competition. Cisco chose UST Global as its first production customer to run the …

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Forcepoint – Telegram encrypted messaging service as a C2 infrastructure for malware

by January 23, 2019

At Forcepoint Security Labs we are always looking at the methods threat actors use to circumvent existing protections. One such investigation saw us looking into the usage of the

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Mines within: Antivirus software and organizational productivity

by September 24, 2018

Authored By: Sanjit Chatterjee, CEO, Reve Antivirus The Internet today is like a minefield, where computers constantly try to evade detonations in the form of malicious software or malware like viruses, …

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Seqrite Introduces Seqrite Secure Web Gateway

by September 10, 2018

Seqrite has announced the launch of its latest innovation, Seqrite Secure Web Gateway (SWG). The solution leverages URL filtering, secure socket layer (SSL) inspection, deep content inspection, malware …

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REVE Antivirus Makes Your System Threat Free with its Higher Detection and Turbo Scan Technology.

by August 23, 2018

REVE Antivirus has announced that its anti-malware solution is capable of quick detection compared to many another similar antivirus. According to the analysis report of REVE Malware lab, …

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Skybox Security: Crypto mining Replaces Ransomware as Most Popular Cybercrime Malware

by July 19, 2018

Skybox Security the release of its mid-year update to the vulnerability and Threat Trends Report which analyzes vulnerabilities, exploits and threats in play. The report, compiled by the team of …

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Quick Heal Security Labs: 3 Million Cryptojacking Hits detected in 2018 So Far

by June 25, 2018

Quick Heal revealed that it has detected more than 3 million cryptojacking hits between January and May 2018. Mobile users aren’t safe either; the number of mobile cryptojacking malware variants …

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Ransomware ‘Gold Rush’ looks finished, but Threat Remains

by May 3, 2018

Ransomware attacks grew in volume by over 400 percent in 2017 compared with the previous year. F-Secure attributes this growth to the WannaCry crypto worm in a …

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Threat landscape in 2018

by January 25, 2018

Attributed By Zakir Hussain – Director, BD soft, Country Partner of Bitdefender Each December, security researchers make predictions for the following year, and …

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GoDaddy Enhances Online Security Offerings for Small Businesses in India

by December 8, 2017

GoDaddy launched GoDaddy Website Security and added McAfee protections. Website Security powered by Sucuri is a website protection service offering malware removal and website protection. GoDaddy SSL Certificates now are offered …

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Google introduces new features in Chrome to stop websites from injecting malware

by November 13, 2017

Google announced three major changes to Chrome that will improve the browser’s malware detection and removal capabilities. These new changes will block websites that sneakily redirect users to unintended URLs …

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Quick Heal detected millions of malware samples on Windows and on Android platform in Q1 2017

by May 8, 2017

According to Quick Heal Threat Report for Q1 2017, about 295 million malware samples were blocked on the systems of Quick Heal users. February clocked the highest number of detection. …

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Android Devices Top Target for Malware Attacks and Unwanted Applications: Sophos Report

by May 3, 2017

In the recently announced Sophos’ 2017 malware forecast the researchers explored the specific malware designed for Android devices. Sophos analysis systems processed more than 8.5m suspicious Android applications in 2016. More than …

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40% of Industrial Computers Attacked in the Second Half of 2016, Kaspersky Reports

by March 31, 2017

On average two-in-five computers, related to the technological infrastructure of industrial enterprises, faced cyberattacks in the second half of 2016. This is a finding from Kaspersky Lab’s report, the “Threat …

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Here’s Why 99% of Mobile Malware Targets Android Devices

by March 21, 2017

More than 99 percent of all malware designed for mobile devices targets Android devices, Olaf Pursche, Head of Communications at AV-TEST explains in the F-Secure State of Cyber Security 2017. “There …

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Here’s How Criminals are Using PetrWrap to Steal Ransomware Code from their Peers

by March 16, 2017

Kaspersky Lab’s researchers have discovered PetrWrap, a new malware family that exploits the original Petya ransomware module, distributed through a Ransomware-as-a-Service platform, to perform targeted attacks against organizations. The PetrWrap …

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From Shamoon to StoneDrill – Advanced Malware Discovered in the Wild

by March 8, 2017

Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team has discovered a new sophisticated wiper malware, called StoneDrill. Just like another infamous wiper, Shamoon, it destroys everything on the infected computer. StoneDrill …

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Cybercriminals Breach Enterprises in 40 Countries Using Hidden Malware

by February 13, 2017

Kaspersky Lab experts have discovered a series of “invisible” targeted attacks that use only legitimate software: widely available penetration-testing and administration tools as well as the PowerShell framework for task …

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62 New Families of Ransomware Introduced this Year

by December 9, 2016

In 2016 ransomware attacks on business increased three-fold: which represents a change from an attack every 2 minutes in January to one every 40 seconds by October.  For individuals, the …

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IBM Security Deploys Cognitive Behavioral Biometrics to Help Protect Banking Customers from Cybercrime

by October 27, 2016

IBM announces new behavioral biometric analysis capabilities in its digital banking fraud prevention technology, Trusteer Pinpoint Detect, using patented analytics and machine learning for real-time cognitive fraud detection. The new …

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