Posts Tagged 'cybercrime'

In the U.S. it’s Thanksgiving week and that means after Thursday, the holiday season will be in full force. Not only is it time to bring out the tinsel while jamming out to Michael Bublé’s holiday CD (I can finally listen to all the holiday music I want without judgment), it’s also time to buckle […]

This week we announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) that combines our skills in the war against cybercrime. This agreement demonstrates our commitment to addressing the growing menace that each and every one of us faces in the digital world today. As our dependence on the […]

Worms. Most of us probably think of them as those squirmy invertebrates we dissected as a kid or found on the sidewalk after a storm. You might have used them as bait for fishing (not phishing), to pull a prank or have even eaten them (no judgment). Whether you like worms or not, there’s one […]

Christmas is my absolute favourite time of year.  I love the Christmas Concerts, the carols and the ridiculous number of social gatherings.  However whilst most of us are enjoying a good dose of Christmas cheer, there is unfortunately a group of ‘cyber scammers’ plotting to take advantage of many people during the festive season. McAfee […]

Exploit kits are toolkits that malicious developers use to take advantage of client-side vulnerabilities, targeting web browsers and programs that can be accessed through browsers. The most common exploit targets are Java, Flash, PDFs, and Silverlight. Exploit kits use lots of techniques to evade detection by security products. Exploit kits use several common techniques: Code […]