Posts Tagged 'network security'
Update of October 25: Some comments posted after we published this report suggest that our proof-of-concept exploit will trigger the UAC (User Account Control) on Windows. We did not observe this during our analysis. During the last few days researchers at McAfee Labs have been actively investigating Sandworm, the Windows packager zero-day attack (CVE-2014-4114). […]
When I first heard the term “Internet Safety” about 12 years ago, despite its serious nature, I thought to myself, “Ugh. Could there be a more booooring topic?” It sounded about as interesting as the manual that came with my new vacuum cleaner. It took a while, but over time parents—myself included—became more aware and […]
Viva Las Vegas! It is once again time for our annual security conference, McAfee FOCUS. In less than two weeks the biggest and brightest minds in security will unite in Las Vegas to discuss everything from web and email protection to the latest in network security. Between the increasing market for connected devices and the […]
Read our new blog series and uncover your chance to win big! It’s a contest, and you can play: We’ll be publishing a series of four blog posts over the next few weeks. Each post will contain a hidden clue to help you solve the puzzle below. Track all four clue words over the blog […]
With data breaches occurring nearly every week and billions of dollars being lost to cybercrime annually, it is more critical than ever to secure your private networks and intranets. As traditional firewalls make way for next-generation firewalls (NGFWs), it’s clear that the network security tides have changed. With that in mind, we have compiled many […]