Tricks and COMfoolery: How Ursnif Evades Detection

2019-03-07T10:31:04+00:00March 7th, 2019|Breaking News, Threats|

Ursnif is one of the main threats that is effectively evading detection right now (at publication) The dropper uses a COM technique to hide its process parentage WMI is used to bypass a Windows Defender attack surface reduction rule Fast evolution of delivery servers means detection tools are left in the dark In February we [...]

Hackers Keep it Simple: Malware Evades Detection by Simply Copying a File

2018-02-13T10:45:09+00:00February 13th, 2018|Threats|

New malware technique evades detection by simply copying a file We break it down step-by-step to show you how it works Innovative hackers continue to deliver sophisticated malware that evades detection The Bromium Lab is back to break down a recent outbreak of sneaky malware, shared with us by some of our customers who caught [...]

When All Else Fails in Cybersecurity, Application Isolation Does Not

2017-07-26T08:42:11+00:00July 26th, 2017|Government, Threats|

We hear about cybersecurity fails all the time. We're happy to tell you it doesn't have to be that way. Application isolation and containment based on virtualization is delivering results. In the US, the NSA has called out this strategy as the way forward for stopping advanced threats. This post has been updated to reflect [...]

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