malware Tag

One could argue that cybercriminals had a real break-out year in 2017. Huge data breaches, new malware techniques, and some headline-grabbing attacks. Our top 10 blog posts demonstrate the interest in what the bad guys are up to, and how to defend against it. From...

From Bad Rabbit to NotPetya, bad actors are constantly evolving their malware attack vectors–the methods they use to distribute sophisticated malware attacks. This ever-growing network threat landscape requires organizations to keep abreast of changes in the way in which malware is delivered. Keeping Pace with New...

The Lastline Daily Dose program supports National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) with daily tips and advice to help individuals and organizations detect and prevent malware-based cyberattacks. Throughout October, Lastline will offer a daily dose of advice via Twitter (@Lastlineinc), LinkedIn, Facebook, and other social...

Effective malware analysis tools can help root out malicious short links and enhance the security of individuals and organizations. Referred to as short links, shortened URLs, or tiny URLs, these abbreviated versions of a URL have, at least in certain cases, a few advantages over fully...

During the last few months, we’ve been watching an interesting twist in malware analysis. Cybercriminals recently developed a technique where, in some cases, malware can infect a device when the victim simply hovers their mouse over a malicious link. The dangers of clicking on a link...