Blog Tag: malware

Code War & Defending Critical Infrastructure

March 21, 2022 by Oren T. Dvoskin
As ransomware attacks reach record-breaking highs, the lines between nation-state threat actors and other highly motivated attackers have been blurred....

Growing number of Online Coronavirus Threat via Email?

April 01, 2020 by Janos Rotzik
According to the article of statista.com, from the 1st of January, the number of threats detected is over 300 thousand which attempts to take advantage of the...

Data Sanitization against Steganography, Evasion

November 07, 2018 by Taeil Goh
We have warned about the risk of steganography in the previous blog. Steganography is the method of concealing messages, images, videos or malware within a...

How to Protect Against Software Supply Chain Attacks

October 04, 2018 by Taeil Goh
What protections do you have in place to ensure that your software builds are virus-free before releasing to the public? With software supply chain attacks on...

11 of the Largest Data Breaches of All Time (Updated)

November 22, 2017 by Yiyi Miao
There were 8,069 data breaches between January 2005 and November 2017 according to the Identity Theft Resource Center, and in recent years the number of data...

FormBook Is the Latest Example of Malware-as-a-Service

October 12, 2017 by Yiyi Miao
Cyber security firm FireEye published a warning last week about the spread of FormBook malware. FormBook steals data, tracks keystrokes, and copies form...

VMRay Guest Post: Fake Microsoft Word Invoice Hides Malware

August 10, 2017
As the VMRay Research Team has written previously, cybercriminals often rely on social engineering techniques to carry out their malicious activities. In large...

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