Fileless Malware: Why You Should Care

One of the more recent developments in attacker tradecraft is so-called “fileless malware.” This trend — which emerged a few years ago but gained significant prominence in late 2016 and throughout 2017 — refers to malware that is designed specifically and architected to not require — or in fact interact with at all — the
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Most Common Attacks Affecting Today’s Websites & Servers

New web-based attack types and vectors are coming out every day, this is causing businesses, communities and individuals to take security seriously now more than they ever have in the past. This is a huge win for the World Wide Web and it’s a trend that is pushing technology further towards more robust and securely
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Hacker’s Typo Error helps stop a Billion dollars Bank Heist

A spelling mistake in an online bank transfer instruction helped prevent a nearly $1 billion heist last month involving the Bangladesh central bank and the New York Fed, banking officials said. Unknown hackers still managed to get away with about $80 million, one of the largest known bank thefts in history.The hackers breached Bangladesh Bank’s
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Internet Of Things under Attack claims Symantec

A perfect cyber crime storm is brewing, and two of the main ingredients are ransomware and the Internet of Things. Cybercrime has become an industry with all the operational trappings of any legitimate sector, McAfee Labs noted in its five-year threat review released earlier this month. It has its own supply chain, market segments, service
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“BASH” shell bug even BIGGER threat than “Heartbleed”

A newly discovered security bug in a widely used piece of Linux software known as “Bash” could pose a bigger threat to computer users than the “Heartbleed” bug that surfaced in April, cyber experts warned. Bash is the software used to control the command prompt on many Unix computers. Hackers can exploit a bug in
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