GFI Software launched GFI ThreatTrack 2.0, the latest version of the security intelligence solution that provides users with visibility into the threat landscape.
GFI Software released a collection of the most prevalent threat detections encountered last month.
GFI Software released guidelines for businesses ahead of the end of year holiday period, traditionally a time when many office-based businesses close for the festive season, leaving IT departments unmanned and key IT systems at heightened risk of hacking and denial of service attacks, malware infections and unauthorized access.
In November, GFI threat researchers encountered email threats disguised as notices from American Express, DHL and UPS as the holiday season kicked into full gear, as well as a phony Twitter Video application on Facebook and mobile malware disguised as the latest Angry Birds game.
In October, GFI Software threat researchers uncovered a large number of Blackhole exploits disguised as Windows licenses (just prior to the release of Windows 8), Facebook account verification emails, Skype voicemail notifications, and spam messages.
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