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Latest Intelligence for October 2017 [source: symantec]

Some of the key takeaways from October’s Latest Intelligence, and the threat landscape in general, include research on the most likely infection vectors, malicious security tools, and a scam targeting tax professionals. Malware The email malware rate declined last month for the first time since March. However, at one in 355...

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When you shouldn’t trust a trusted root certificate [source: malwarebytes]

Root certificates are the cornerstone of authentication and security in software and on the Internet. They’re issued by a certified authority (CA) and, essentially, verify that the software/website owner is who they say they are. We have talked about certificates in general before, but a recent event triggered our desire for further...

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New, revamped Terdot Trojan [source: theregister]

Terdot, a banking Trojan that has been around since mid-2016, has been re-engineered with updated information and credential thievery as well as social media account monitoring functionality. Built on the Zeus framework, whose code was leaked in 2011, Terdot adds a number of novel techniques to the market, such as leveraging...

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