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Authored by: Alexander Sevtsov Edited by: Stefano Ortolani In the previous article, we have described an attack that makes use of a script moniker to execute a Windows Script Component (WSC) file or scriptlet. A scriptlet is nothing more than an XML-file wrapping a script like JScript, VBScript,...

We regularly monitor for spikes of malicious activity within our analysis results that we can relate to new malware campaigns. One such spike occurred on April 11, when we saw a significant increase in malicious PDF files in every region of the world. I wanted to...

Businesses face a constantly increasing number of email-based attacks, and secure email gateways (SEG) are not always able to detect them. Augmenting your SEG with advanced malware protection is critical. Cybercriminals continue to use email as a primary attack vector. The sophistication of these attacks is...

Evidence continues to mount that most enterprises need to dramatically improve their cybersecurity. During the last few years, the majority of data breaches were first discovered by entities other than the affected organization—a clear indication that something is wrong. In 2015, research conducted by Intel1 found...

As the instigators of many cybersecurity attacks, it’s critical to discover and defeat Droppers.   There’s been a lot of excitement lately about malware droppers. So just what are they, and why do we care? A dropper is malicious software whose main purpose is to install other...

Lastline’s unique architecture protects organizations from advanced fileless malware. Last week at the RSA security conference, Christopher Kruegel, Lastline co-founder and CEO, gave a remarkable presentation about detecting fileless web threats—a new capability present in the spring 2017 release of Lastline Enterprise. During his presentation, Kruegel...