Symantec Endpoint Protection is flagging files called sh165.htm from people’s Temporary Internet Files as a Trojan.Webkit!html.
Microsoft took to the offense this week against malware, specifically Bladabindi (NJrat) and Jenxcus (NJw0rm) family of malware. In their sights to try to shut down this malware was another U.S.-based company, No-IP, with parent company Vitalwerks Internet Solutions, LLC.
Microsoft announced the private preview of Microsoft Interflow, a platform for exchanging security and threat information between cybersecurity analysts and researchers.
Law enforcement and the private sector, including McAfee, cooperated to dismantle the Gameover Zeus and CryptoLocker infrastructure, albeit temporarily.
It seems ‘Firefox’ is still a dangerous keyword that malware authors like to target.
Crypto 101 is an introductory course on cryptography intended to help programmers understand encryption in order to write better code.
Tails, a live operating system powered by Debian Linux, provides an environment aiming to protect your privacy and anonymity.
Kaspersky is taking the data they receive from endpoints running their protection and mapping it out in real-time to provide a visualization of attack activity by country.
Last month we previewed the Malwarebytes Anti-malware 2.0 Beta and today the final version launched.
The Secure Domain Foundation is providing free API access to a reputation and validation tool for domain registrars.
The 2014 Pwn2Own competition takes place today and tomorrow at the CanSecWest 2014 conference in Vancouver.
Malwarebytes has been working on the beta version of an update to their Anti-Malware product. The second release of the popular malware fighting product is looking good.