Let me remind you that we also reported that Microsoft Defender Mistakenly Saw a Threat in Chrome and Electron Apps, and also that Experts Found Long-Standing Bugs in Avast and AVG Antiviruses.
Last Wednesday, social networks received an avalanche of complaints from users of Malwarebytes antivirus who could not log into Google sites, YouTube, or use services such as G Suite, Gmail or the Google Play Store. At the same time, [...]
Let me remind you that we also wrote that Apple Introduces Lockdown Mode to Protect against Spying.
The device is based on the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B, but in the future, they want to make it look like a regular USB flash drive.
The gadget and the process of its creation are described in detail in a document published on ArXiv. The authors of the development note that remote “spy” attacks are becoming more and more [...]
Traditional detection of abnormal network activity does not use categorical data, but numerical data and statistical analysis, which do not work due to the high dimensionality of the data and create a huge number of false positives. Malicious activity goes undetected or its detected occurs too late.
Let me remind you that the following messages from the news on the threat detection front may be interesting to you: Microsoft Defender Is Now Available with Built-In Troubleshooting Mode, as [...]
Vulnerability CVE-2022-20685 was rated 7.5 out of 10 on the threat rating scale. The problem is present in the Modbus preprocessor of the Snort discovery engine and affects all releases of the system up to version 2.9.19, as well as version 220.127.116.11.Successful exploitation of vulnerabilities in network analysis tools like Snort can have a devastating impact on corporate and OT networks. Network analysis tools are an under-researched area [...]
Cyberthreat detection time has been reduced to 21 days in 2021 compared to 24 days in 2020. Ransomware was detected on average within five days, while other attacks went undetected for 36 days in 2021, compared to 45 days in 2020.
However, the overall situation is getting better as more companies partner with third-party cybersecurity firms, and government agencies and cybersecurity companies often notify victims of attacks, resulting in faster detection.
One more positive trend: let me remind you that we wrote [...]
Huh, to answer this question, we need to have a look at the history of malware and computer viruses. Even the historical timings bring a lot of disagreements. That’s why history is not the only thing that will be looked at – modern facts bring a lot of clarity at this point. Without further interruption – let’s go.What is so controversial in malware vs virus?