Posts Tagged 'embedded security'
Now, if your tax returns are up to date and you have a healthy relationship with a financial planner, I have no doubt you could answer this question in an instant. But what about your other assets? And I am not referring to your children because clearly they are priceless – most of the time!! […]
Encryption is the science of encoding and decoding secret messages. It began as cryptography—the ancient Greeks used it to protect sensitive information that might fall into the hands of their enemies. More recently, governments have used encryption for military purposes, but these days the term if often used in reference to online security. Encryption is […]
Hesperus, or Hesperbot, is a newly discovered banker malware that steals user information, mainly online banking credentials. In function it is similar to other “bankers” in the wild, especially Zbot. Hesperus means evening star in Greek. It is very active in Turkey and the Czech Republic and is slowly spreading across the globe. This sophisticated […]
Lately, we have seen a good number of samples generating some interesting network traffic through our automated framework. The HTTP network pattern generated contains a few interesting parameters, names like “&av” (for antivirus?) and “&vm=”(VMware?), The response received looked to be encrypted, which drew my attention. Also, all the network traffic contained the same host […]
As we get closer to the end of summer, most merchants are already in the midst of preparing for another busy fall/winter shopping season. However, amid the chaos, it’s important to take a look at your website’s current features—most importantly security—in order to assess what needs improvement before it’s too late. Aside from cosmetic and […]