More than four years ago, we published a series of blogs discussing in-depth analysis of Alina Point of Sale (PoS) malware. And for the past four years, it is interesting to see how different iterations of Alina POS malware keep...

For the June 2017 Patch Tuesday Microsoft is releasing 97 CVEs, nearly double the number of vulnerabilities patched in May. The release includes patches for 19 CVEs rated "Critical", 76 rated "Important" and one vulnerability each rated "Moderate" and "Low"....

The Necurs botnet, which was responsible for millions of malicious spam messages last year, has recently been extremely active again. For the past three weeks it has spammed emails with a malicious PDF attachment that drops a word document with...

The infamous data-stealing URSNIF malware has done it again and it's here to collect more keystrokes, login credentials, browsing activities, and other user activities. It continues to undress and dress itself differently, time and time again. Earlier this year, we...

Normal IDPS signatures using either Snort or Suricata have quite a few options and, if regex is added in, can be very effective and flexible for matching network traffic. However, there are some instances where those options just don't quite...

TheShadowBrokers have just released a blog post (written in a child-like style to mock the lack of understanding of what they're doing) explaining their position and some of the recent events following the release of 'goodies' from TheEquationGroup. There are...

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