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April 9, 2019 - Baldr is a new stealer that is being actively developed and distributed. Will it be able to compete in this crowded arena?

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March 26, 2019 - The latest round of vulnerable WordPress plugins leads to an active traffic monetization campaign via hacked websites.

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March 12, 2019 - Lazarus Group, the threat actors likely behind the Sony breach and WannaCry outbreak, are in the news again. Here's what you need to know about this North Korean organization, and what you should do to protect against such nation-state attacks.

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March 6, 2019 - Troldesh is ransomware that relies heavily on user interaction. Nevertheless, a recent spike in detections shows it's been successful against businesses in the first few months of 2019.

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February 26, 2019 - E-commerce sites are a hot commodity these days. We dig into how compromised PCs are helping to hack into them to inject skimmers, whether via vulnerabilities in the websites themselves or through a new malware we discovered gaining entry via brute force.

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February 22, 2019 - Next up in the Advanced Persistent Threat Files: APT1, a unit of the People's Liberation Army of China known for wide-scale and high-volume data collection on mostly English-speaking companies.

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February 20, 2019 - A phishing page that hides behind a translation service. A kit that uses fake font files. A hyper-realistic campaign that could likely fool even the pros. We look at these noteworthy phishing attempts and more to show how far phishers have evolved, and remind users to remain vigilant against this threat.

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February 12, 2019 - We review the top exploit kits in this winter 2019 snapshot.

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February 6, 2019 - A security researcher recently published a proof of concept exploit for open-source office software LibreOffice and OpenOffice. Will this new vulnerability be used in the wild?

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January 30, 2019 - We captured a new information-stealing malware written in Golang (Go). Read up on our analysis of its functionality, as well as the tools researchers can use to unpack malware written in this relatively new programming language.

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