Posts Tagged 'Phishing'

Email has been an integral part of our culture for more than two decades now. It seems like just yesterday Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan popularized the phrase “You’ve Got Mail,” and we witnessed the rise and fall of ‘ancient’ domains like Hotmail. Nowadays, the world of email looks a bit different. For one, nearly […]

Recent reports of electricity outages across the Ukraine has led to significant speculation regarding the specific malware that was used to disrupt supplies. Intel Security’s approach in understanding this event included making contact with the impacted organization to offer our support and, where possible, retrieving data in order to analyze the true nature of the […]

For the lot of us, the holidays signify a relaxing slowdown, and a time for family, friends and merry celebration. Alas, the work of a cybercriminal is never done. As a holiday gift to you, we at Intel Security want to share the growing threats you should have on your radar as we enter 2016. […]

Mitigating the Dridex threat at multiple levels like file, registry, url and ip address can be achieved at various layers of McAfee security products. Browse the product guidelines available here (click Knowledge Center, and select Product Documentation from the Support Content list) to mitigate the threats based on the behavior described below in the Characteristics and […]

Email is one of those things that most of us can’t live without—and when it goes down, regardless of whether it’s hosted in-house or in the cloud, it can seriously halt business continuity and productivity and can even affect revenues. A case in point is this summer’s global Microsoft Office 365 outage. Microsoft customers and […]