Posts Tagged 'endpoint protection'

In an earlier blog, we discussed the evolution of the popular Cerber ransomware from Version 1 to 2. Recently we came across two newer versions of Cerber (we’ll call them Versions 3 and X). Cerber 3 has few changes but Version X has some new behavior that caught our attention. (We call this version X, […]

Intel Security y Kaspersky Labs anunciaron que 13 organismos de seguridad pública se han unido a No More Ransom, una asociación entre la industria de la ciberseguridad y las organizaciones de seguridad pública, para proporcionar a las víctimas del ransomware capacitación y herramientas de descifrado mediante Intel Security, Kaspersky Labs, la Policía Nacional de […]

Attacks by macro malware carrying ransomware are growing, as we have recently reported. Since early March we have seen macro malware using high-obfuscation algorithms to hide itself from static and traditional antimalware detection techniques. Macro malware continues to evolve and use new tricks to evade detection. In addition to these evasion techniques, McAfee Labs researchers have […]

One of the best ways to develop secure Android applications is to engage in penetration (pen) testing, in effect trying to break into your application just as an attacker might do. This is the fourth in a series of posts on pen testing Android applications. In the first we set up the testing environment and captured traffic. In […]

Your data is held hostage by criminals.  Do you a) pay them, or b) lose your data forever? Until recently these were the only options for the many victims of ransomware. That was until July 2016 when law enforcement and private sector got together to launch the NoMoreRansom portal. Not only does it provide advice […]