Malware – Ransomware
Ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) is a SaaS-like offering that includes everything a hacker needs to deliver a ransomware attack capable of knocking a company offline.
These recent ransomware examples have shuttered city governments and stalled global package deliveries. Learn how they’re created and distributed.
Learn why ransomware attacks are best served up via email and how you can prevent an attack on your business.
MSPs have been on the receiving end of relentless ransomware attacks in 2019. In June, hackers infiltrated a number of MSPs via their Webroot management consoles. What followed was an all-out assault on MSPs and [...]
Analysis of a malicious code: in part 1, we defined what obfuscation was. Now we are going to move on to serious things with a more concrete case that we encounter every day, that is, a WORD file with a macro!
In a preceding article, we conducted a study on a malicious email and noted that code could be executed when attachments were opened. Today we will focus on these malicious codes that are executed. We will come to understand what they are doing and what techniques are used to complicate the work of analysts and to bypass protections.
We’re already six months into 2018, so it’s time for us to describe the mid-year trends in cybersecurity.
Artificial Intelligence to the rescue of emails, following more and more sophisticated attacks the protection tools of your email must evolve. How the AI further improves the protection of your email.
Corporate emails are the most common security infection vector of your company for hackers. Discover five reasons that will convince you to upgrade your email security system.
Microsoft Exchange Online Protection (EOP) doesn’t stop Office 365 ransomware attacks. To block ransomware, you need predictive email defense like Vade Secure.