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Corporate Passwords Part 1

With the vast amount of research and content that was done by SpiderLabs for the Global Security Report, it made it impractical to include all of the content that was written for this year's password study. But instead of letting...

Analysis of Malicious Document Files Spammed by Cutwail

In our Global Security Report, we highlighted a zero day vulnerability in the Windows Common Controls affecting Microsoft Office (CVE-2012-0158). This was reportedly being used for targeted attacked against NGOs and human rights activist. Over the past week, the Cutwail...

New Year, New Data, Same Mistakes: Passwords

Like a late-arriving christmas, one of the gifts of the new year is the release of SpiderLabs' annual white paper, the Global Security Report. As a supplement to this year's report, we're going to share some highlights of the corporate...

Choppy Regulatory Waters ahead for EU SMEs?

There's been a reasonable amount of coverage of the (proposed) data protection legal framework changes for the European Union, which the European Commission summarizes [1] as: The legal framework consists of two legislative proposals: A proposal for a Regulation of...