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FortiGuard Labs uses data collected from more than three million sensors around the globe to protect more than 400,000 customers every day.
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FortiGuard Labs Jul 22
In Part II of this blog series, we identified three child processes that were created by the . In Part III, we’ll provide a deep analysis of those child processes. Read more:
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DarkReading Jul 18
8 Legit Tools and Utilities That Cybercriminals Commonly Misuse by
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FortiGuard Labs Jul 17
The latest Threat Intelligence Podcast podcast is live. Listen now to hear the latest on recent threats, and more:
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FortiGuard Labs Jul 16
In part I of this blog, our team demonstrated how to unpack the malware, hooking and process injection techniques used by IcedID, as well as how to execute the IcedID payload. Here, let’s take a closer look at the core payload. Part II:
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RSA Conference Jul 12
In this episode of the podcast, 2019 APJ speaker Derek Manky of previews his upcoming 18 July session, "Flash War: Tapering an Accelerating Attack Chain" Listen here:
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FortiGuard Labs Jul 11
The latest podcast is out now! Get the latest threat intel from our expert researchers:
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FortiGuard Labs Jul 11
is a new . Here, we focus on LooCipher’s file encryption mechanism and take a look at the possibility of decrypting affected files without paying the ransom.
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FortiGuard Labs Jul 9
Organizations need to utilize threat intelligence and deploy integrated systems to detect and respond to in a coordinated fashion. Explore key findings from ’s Q1 Threat Landscape Report and Tony G: via
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FortiGuard Labs Jul 9
is a banking trojan which performs web injection on browsers and acts as proxy to inspect and manipulate traffic. It steals info like creds, from victims, sending it to a remote server. Our analysis is divided into three parts - explore them here:
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ZDNet Jul 5
Android malware returns and this time it will record what is on your screen, too
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Danny Palmer Jul 5
Researchers at warn about the return of BianLian Android , which now has the added ability to record your screen via
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BleepingComputer Jul 3
BianLian Android Banking Trojan Upgraded With Screen Recorder - by
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Infosecurity Mag Jul 3
Magecart Campaign Offers Customizable Payload
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FortiGuard Labs Jul 3
Recently, during our daily malware analysis, members of the FortiGuard Labs team encountered an unfamiliar Android sample. Read the details on this discovery:
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Catalin Cimpanu Jun 30
Fortinet analysis of the "Inter" card skimming code that's up for sale on Exploit[.]in
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FortiGuard Labs Jul 1
A tool new to MageCart bolsters the group's ability to evade detection and steal data. Learn more on 's latest customizeable campaign:
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FortiGuard Labs Jul 1
Recently, one of the FortiGuard SE machine learning/AI machines detected an anomalous spike that led us to discover a malware campaign that uses social engineering techniques to target Japanese citizens. More on this discovery:
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FortiGuard Labs Jun 28
Our team recently uncovered yet another skimmer campaign, dubbed Inter. Here's a glimpse into the techniques used by this new campaign and the inner workings of their operation:
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FortiGuard Labs Jun 28
What made so successful? Read our analysis and more in this week's threat intelligence brief:
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FortiGuard Labs Jun 27
Derek Manky LIVE | AI & Machine Learning
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