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During the last couple of months, we’ve observed several RTF exploits that target Indian organizations. The first RTF exploit was found by McAfee researchers on August 21. Subsequently, we saw multiple variants of the same exploit through October. The contents of the decoy documents are politically themed, targeted at several local and overseas Indian establishments. […]

Hello everyone, This is Greg Blaum again with a special update regarding a Microsoft OOB (Out-Of-Band) Hotfix that was released on November 18th, 2014. If you recall from our November 2014 Microsoft Patch Tuesday analysis, one of the patches that Microsoft mentioned in their initial advance notification for November was MS14-068. I said at the time […]

Horrible people do horrible things to get ahead in life. Case in point: scammers are deploying phishing attacks—emails and websites that trick users into giving up sensitive information—designed to take advantage of a humanitarian disaster. To make matters worse, this phishing attack is coupled with a secondary scam—fraudulent fundraising. Earlier this month, a group of […]

In 2014, companies continued to be shaken out of their contented relationship with corporate security efforts. Retailers were hacked. Millions of emails were lifted. Thousands of Social Security numbers were stolen. Gone is the era of “set it and forget it” security, where enterprises use only default security settings. This epiphany, motivated by news headlines, […]