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Malware Security Report
Learn how to protect your company in the VeriSign Malware Security Report.

TROJAN MALWARE: Malware Security Report Malware Security Report Silent and unseen, malware can infect your servers and Web sites, destroy customer trust—and put your business at risk. And the problem is getting worse as cyber criminals use increasingly sophisticated techniques to spread malware through the Web. Learn how to protect your company in the VeriSign Malware Security Report . You ll learn about the methods cyber criminals use, how they attempt to profit at your expense—and how you can stop them. Protect
11/23/2010 9:00:00 AM

How to Analyze Malware
Companies using traditional means cannot cost-effectively respond to daily threats. Analyzing such threats is cumbersome and time-consuming, involving multiple applications for code analysis, as well as a network of computers. Emerging threats cannot be addressed by the same human resources as in the past. Learn how those expert skills and knowledge have been transferred to a data security system with artificial intelligence.

TROJAN MALWARE: How to Analyze Malware How to Analyze Malware Source: Norman ASA Document Type: White Paper Description: Companies using traditional means cannot cost-effectively respond to daily threats. Analyzing such threats is cumbersome and time-consuming, involving multiple applications for code analysis, as well as a network of computers. Emerging threats cannot be addressed by the same human resources as in the past. Learn how those expert skills and knowledge have been transferred to a data security system with
3/17/2009 5:57:00 AM

The Sum of All Malware Fears: Siemens on Stuxnet
When Stuxnet malware hit the mainstream media in September 2010, it all sounded like a plotline straight from a Tom Clancy thriller. After all, Stuxnet targeted the Siemens industrial control systems implemented at so-called “high-value infrastructure” installations in Iran. The media response was appropriately hysterical. TEC interviews Stefan Woronka, Siemens’ director of professional services, in an attempt to de-Clancify the story.

TROJAN MALWARE: an infection with the Trojan. In all cases, Stuxnet exploited security gaps in Windows -based operating systems. The virus could be removed in every case without any adverse effects on plant processes. In none of the cases did Stuxnet influence control software or even attempt to do so. This behavior corresponds to the insights gained from the analysis that Siemens carried out on the virus. Stuxnet searches systematically for a very specific plant configuration. If it does not find such a configuration,
11/23/2010 8:42:00 AM

Trends in Malware: 2007 Security Threat Report
The first six months of 2007 continued a trend of rapidly mutating virus and spam campaigns. Small targeted attacks were favored over large-scale attacks. The Web in particular continued to be a growing source of threats, being overrun with Trojans, spyware and adware, potentially unwanted applications, and undesirable web sites. Protect yourself: learn about our predictions for the upcoming threat landscape.

TROJAN MALWARE: threats, being overrun with Trojans, spyware and adware, potentially unwanted applications, and undesirable web sites. Protect yourself: learn about our predictions for the upcoming threat landscape. Trends in Malware: 2007 Security Threat Report style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Security,   Access Control,   Content Filtering,   Encryption and Key Management (PKI),   Identity Management/User Provisioning,   Intrusion Detection,   Network Security
10/5/2007 2:53:00 PM

Converged Threats on the Security Landscape
The pervasiveness of malware on the Internet creates more opportunities for mixing and matching dangerous content than previously possible. A converged threat is a combination of viruses, spyware, phishing, spam, and other attempts to exploit vulnerabilities. But you can’t sever all ties with the Internet—you need better protection methods to head off potential threats before they reach their targets. Learn more.

TROJAN MALWARE: Converged Threats on the Security Landscape Converged Threats on the Security Landscape Source: Symantec Document Type: White Paper Description: The pervasiveness of malware on the Internet creates more opportunities for mixing and matching dangerous content than previously possible. A converged threat is a combination of viruses, spyware, phishing, spam, and other attempts to exploit vulnerabilities. But you can’t sever all ties with the Internet—you need better protection methods to head off
9/8/2009 12:32:00 PM

Hanging on the Telephone: Antivirus Cold-calling Support Scams
Service support scammers rely on the naiveté of their victims in order to persuade them to grant access to their computers and credit card details. There’s very little a security company can do directly to prevent this activity, apart from keeping its own software up to date so as to detect malware and block as many threats as possible. Read this white paper to find out about different types of scams that threaten your data security.

TROJAN MALWARE: Hanging on the Telephone: Antivirus Cold-calling Support Scams Hanging on the Telephone: Antivirus Cold-calling Support Scams Source: Eset Document Type: White Paper Description: Service support scammers rely on the naiveté of their victims in order to persuade them to grant access to their computers and credit card details. There’s very little a security company can do directly to prevent this activity, apart from keeping its own software up to date so as to detect malware and block as many threats as
12/14/2012 4:50:00 PM

Case Study: Faronics Deep Freeze and Mobile County Public School System
The Mobile County Public School System was frustrated with frequent attacks by viruses and malware on its student and staff workstations. The school district’s IT department searched for ways to gain more control over the multi-user computer environment. With Faronics’ Deep Freeze servers, IT now has centralized control of workstations, and increased protection against the effects of spyware, malware, and viruses.

TROJAN MALWARE: Case Study: Faronics Deep Freeze and Mobile County Public School System Case Study: Faronics Deep Freeze and Mobile County Public School System Source: Faronics Document Type: Case Study Description: The Mobile County Public School System was frustrated with frequent attacks by viruses and malware on its student and staff workstations. The school district’s IT department searched for ways to gain more control over the multi-user computer environment. With Faronics’ Deep Freeze servers, IT now has
10/3/2007 2:05:00 PM

Anti-Virus Advisories: Rating Them
The recent ILOVEYOU worm, was the most widely spread virus or worm reported as of yet. With so many anti-virus vendors to choose from, which one should you select? The three selection components are: the advisory, the anti-virus tool itself, and the price. This note takes a look at the advisories, and ranks them according to usability.

TROJAN MALWARE: Anti-Virus Advisories: Rating Them Anti-Virus Advisories: Rating Them L. Taylor - June 8, 2000 Read Comments L. Taylor - June 8, 2000 Event Summary: A Visual Basic worm, known as the ILOVEYOU worm, reached epidemic proportions when it infected millions of desktops worldwide. Typically when a new virus or worm comes out, commercial anti-virus vendors issue an advisory, and an anti-virus downloadable virus killer that eliminates the virus or worm. The downloadable virus killer might be called an update,
6/8/2000

Top 10 Web Threats and How to Eliminate Them
IT managers have to protect the business against malware, keep Internet bandwidth available for legitimate business needs, and enforce acceptable use policies for the human resource department. Managers must also find a balance between allowing reasonable personal Internet use at work and maintaining productivity and concentration in the office. Learn how to deal with the top 10 threats facing these managers.

TROJAN MALWARE: Symantec Hosted Services, work law, web use, employee human resources, retirement employee, bandwidth management, bandwidth monitoring, management bandwidth, employee contract, bandwidth software, employee law, bandwidth limiter, employees rights, bandwidth limiting, limiting bandwidth, employee employment, bandwidth router, employee laws, employee hr, bandwidth linux, howto use, employee manual, employee leasing, bandwidth control, hiring employees, employee workplace, network bandwidth monitor, legal employee, bandwidth tool, bandwidth network monitor, monitor employees, web policy, traffic .
8/13/2010 11:39:00 AM

Hacker Publication Gets Top Defense Attorney
In a case that will challenge the bowels of free speech and censorship and inevitably set a lot of legal precedents, renowned defense attorney Marcus Garbus has been retained by the Electronic Frontier Foundation to represent 2600 (an infamous hacker publication) that is being charged with circumvention of copyright protection systems (17 U.S.C. § 1201(a)(2)), specifically the Contents Scramble Systems (CSS) developed to protect Digital Video Discs (DVDs) against unauthorized access.

TROJAN MALWARE: Hacker Publication Gets Top Defense Attorney Hacker Publication Gets Top Defense Attorney L. Taylor - April 13, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary The infamous hacker publication known as 2600 , is being sued in Federal Court by eight major motion picture corporations. Defended by renowned attorney Marcus Garbus, 2600 , and its assumed editor Emmanuel Goldstein, 2600 is being charged with circumvention of copyright protection systems - for publishing how to circumvent the Contents Scramble Systems
4/13/2000

Spyware versus Viruses
Spyware versus Viruses. Get Free White Papers Associated with Spyware versus Viruses. At first glance, spyware and computer viruses appear to have much in common. But in fact, spyware is a unique challenge. Unlike viruses, the motivation behind spyware is financial, which has driven rapid technical innovation and broad distribution. The first line of defense is education; understanding the unique threat spyware poses is the first step in a plan for protection.

TROJAN MALWARE: Spyware versus Viruses Spyware versus Viruses Source: Webroot Software Document Type: White Paper Description: At first glance, spyware and computer viruses appear to have much in common. But in fact, spyware is a unique challenge. Unlike viruses, the motivation behind spyware is financial, which has driven rapid technical innovation and broad distribution. The first line of defense is education; understanding the unique threat spyware poses is the first step in a plan for protection. Spyware versus
5/15/2006 11:24:00 AM


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