Why read another article on the Shellshock bug when there have been a number of well-written articles and blog posts on it? Because almost all of the articles and blogs are talking about the bug itself, how it can be exploited, and how much of the Internet is open to it. However, what you should […]
What happened to Target® last week is every business’ worst nightmare. We’ve received a number of inquiries regarding the incident from concerned clients and friends and wanted to share a few insights.
Dear Antivirus Vendors, On more and more incident response investigations, my clients (victims) have been asking the question “Why didn’t our Antivirus software detect the malware when we always keep it up to date?” I respond by telling them that they had targeted malware on their system. Their follow up question usually is whether antivirus […]
‘Malware’ has come a long way – next-gen malware. From merely annoyance applications coded by bored engineering students for notoriety all the way to professionally developed stealth applications for financial gains and stealing state secrets. According to Verizon’s 2012 Data Breach Investigations Report, 69% of the breaches were attributed to malware infections. The business impact of […]