Malware is a file or code, typically delivered over a network, that infects, explores, steals or conducts virtually any behavior an attacker wants.
This brief breaks down the different stages of an exploit kit, each of which must be successfully completed in order for an attacker to gain control of a host.
Phishing attacks are one of the most prevalent methods of cybercrime because they are easy to deploy, can bypass detection methods, and offer low risk and cost.
A denial-of-service attack is meant to shut down a machine or network by flooding it with traffic, making it inaccessible to its intended users.
A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack is a variant of a DoS attack that employs large numbers of attacking computers to overwhelm the target.
A bot is a piece of malware that infects a computer to carry out commands under the remote control of the attacker.
Spyware is a type of malware that collects and shares information about a computer or network without the user’s consent.
This brief breaks down the different stages of the cyber attack lifecycle and discusses steps that should be taken at each stage to prevent an attack.
This paper outlines three things security tools must do to identify and prevent the evasive threats and modern malware targeting organizations in large volumes.
This article lists three challenges organizations and security tools face when trying to identify and prevent threats designed to specifically avoid sandboxes.
The success of any industry is reliant on its economics. Cybercrime is no different, maintaining its own economy of commoditized products and services.
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