• Report: Backoff malware infections spiked in recent months

    A report from security vendor Damballa shows that the Backoff malware variant has infected an increasing number of point-of-sale systems in recent months.

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  • How to detect fraudulent certificates that look real

    Malware using seemingly real digital certificates is becoming more prevalent. Expert Nick Lewis discusses how to detect fraudulent certificates.

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  • Conduit browser hijacker

    Conduit is a browser hijacker that is usually installed without the user’s knowledge through a drive-by download. The malware, which is frequently bundled with freeware and shareware, presents as a browser toolbar and search engine. Once installed, Conduit changes the user’s default browser...

    ITKE350,945 pointsBadges:
  • form grabber

    A form grabber is a type of malware that captures data such as IDs and passwords from browser forms. The target of a form grabber is the user’s Internet banking information. Form grabbers typically gain access through a Trojan horse.

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  • How to mitigate the risk of Web malware infections with separation

    Web malware is a significant threat to systems. This video explains how separation effectively reduces the risk of damage from Web-borne malware.

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  • Why advanced malware detection is key to cut through ‘network noise’

    Video: Wolfgang Kandek, CTO at Qualys, discusses the need for advanced malware detection as true enterprise threats are being lost in "network noise."

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  • How to analyze malware with REMnux’s reverse-engineering malware tools

    Video: Keith Barker of CBT Nuggets demonstrates how to use the free reverse engineering malware tools in REMnux to analyze malware in apps and PDFs.

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  • How to defend against brute-force router attacks from Sality malware

    The Sality malware has reemerged with new capabilities: brute-forcing passwords on wireless access points. Enterprise threats expert Nick Lewis explains how to.

    searchsecurity21,135 pointsBadges:
  • How does your enterprise detect jailbroken devices and remediate the risks?

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  • Defend against password-stealing malware on jailbroken iOS devices

    A variety of malware that steals passwords from jailbroken iPhones and iPads is becoming an enterprise concern. Expert Nick Lewis explains how to mitigate the risk.

    ITKE350,945 pointsBadges:

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