Explained: YARA rules

YARA is a tool that can be used to identify files that meet certain conditions. It is mainly in use by security researchers to classify malware.

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Explained: False positives

False positives are alarms for non-specific files or behavior that is flagged as malicious, while in fact there were no bad intentions present.

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Facebook worries: I didn’t post that

What could have happened when you find Facebook posts or messages that you didn’t post or send? And what are the actions you can take to prevent further abuse?

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Explained: digital forensics

Digital forensics is different from cyber-security as it deals with the problem when it’s too late for precautions. It’s the science of figuring out what happened just before and after a breach.

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Adware the series, the final: Tools section

The final episode of our adware series talks specifically about the tools that we use in identifying adware and the places where it lurks on a system.

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