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  • A short overview of Android banking malware

    23.09.2013

    As more and more people use their mobile phones to do their online banking, money transfers, and so on, cyber crooks wielding banking malware are increasingly turning to targeting mobile users.

  • Java finally gets a whitelisting feature

    13.09.2013

    The latest Java Development Kit update (JDK 7u40) includes a number of bug fixes, new security features and changes, and among them is one that has been long overdue: a whitelisting option for protecting endpoints.

  • Attacks targeting unsupported Java 6 are on the rise

    12.09.2013

    As predicted at the end of 2012 and proved by the ever expanding use of exploit kits, vulnerabilities in popular and widespread software such as Java and Adobe's Acrobat Reader and Flash top the list of the most exploited by cyber crooks.

  • Shielding targeted applications

    28.08.2013

    When we discuss exploit prevention, we often talk about ‘targeted applications.’ This term refers to end-user applications which can be exploited by hackers for malicious purposes.

  • Cross-platform Frutas RAT delivered via targeted emails

    16.08.2013

    The cross-platform Frutas RAT is being used in a new email phishing campaign targeting high-profile finance, mining, and telecom companies as well as governments in Europe and Asia.




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Leveraging network intelligence and deep packet inspection

Posted on 26 November 2014.  |  Tomer Saban, CEO of WireX Systems, talks about how deep packet inspection helps with identifying emerging threats, the role of network intelligence, and more.


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