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Surge in encrypted malware prompts warning about detection strategies
“If you are not decrypting and scanning your secure web connections, you are likely missing a large majority of malware,” the report states.
Fileless attacks surge as attackers look to boost ROI
Fileless attacks have skyrocketed 265% this year compared to the first half of 2018, and there’s no sign that they will slow down.
Carbon Black releases 2019 global threat report
The report found that a new breed of cyberattacks (seemingly fuelled by geopolitical tension) is emerging.
UK security startup Barac sets sights on America
“Malware hidden in encrypted traffic is one of the biggest threats organisations are facing today,” says new EVP global sales.
WatchGuard’s eight (terrifying) 2019 security predictions
The next evolution of ransomware, escalating nation-state attacks, biometric hacking, Wi-Fi protocol security, and Die Hard fiction becomes reality.
Exclusive: Fileless malware driving uptake of behavioural analytics
Fileless malware often finds its way into organisations via web browsers (or in combination with other vectors such as infected USB drives).
Fileless malware: Today's unseen threat to businesses
Fileless malware attacks tend to rely as little as possible on executables during infection and compromise.
CrowdStrike compiles 'casebook' of cybersecurity's important lessons
The casebook found that attack trends towards fileless malware, such as those that execute code from memory, made up 66% of all attacks.
Fileless malware sneaks into Windows machines via USB flash drives
A malicious backdoor called BKDR-ANDROM.ETIN is using fileless malware to infect systems through USB flash drives.
Living off the land: How malware is on the verge of becoming fileless
‘Living off the land’ may at first sound like farms and vegetable patches, but it is quickly gaining a new meaning for cyber attackers and threats.
How to detect and stop a non-malware (or fileless) attack
This year might just be "the year of non-malware attacks". Let’s take a step back and understand what we're up against and what can be done.