Blog Posts Tagged with "Detection"


Can You Stamp Out Spambots? No, But Stop Being a Victim

March 01, 2012 Added by:Michelle Drolet

Attackers avoid creating recognizable patterns of attack, installing backdoors for easy re-entry. There are limitless ways of eluding detection by anti-malware tools. Heuristics and fuzzy logic are an improvement, but a far cry from the detection needs of organizations...

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Stealth Code for New Mutation of PHP Bot Infector

February 21, 2012 Added by:Brent Huston

I found a new mutation of a PHP bot infector, with zero percent detection by AV software. When I decoded the PHP backdoor I got 17 AV hits on it. This leads to the question about evasion techniques and how effective anti-virus applications are at doing code de-obfuscation...

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Majority of Bankers Say Cyber Crime is Uncontrollable

August 11, 2011 Added by:Headlines

The results of a live poll conducted at its annual North American Insights client conference show fraud and cyber crime continue to be among the most daunting issues that banks are facing today. Bankers believe it is a challenge that they will never be able to get under control...

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How Much Malware Do You Have?

December 08, 2010 Added by:Brent Huston

If your network has even a dozen servers and is complex at all, monitoring can become a daunting task. There are tools and techniques available to help in this task, though. There are log aggregators and parsers, for example...

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The Case for Better Detection: A Few Real Life Experiences

November 15, 2010 Added by:Pascal Longpre

Most organizations today put their efforts on preventing security breaches. Unfortunately, they disregard the fact that their protections might eventually fail and that intruders will get in. They have little means to deal with an incident after it occurs...

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