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Some thoughts on 'Dridex Reminds Us: You Can’t Prevent What You Can’t Detect'

28 March 2015

The latest Bromium post is really worth reading. Dridex is a further development of the Cridex Trojan. Dridex’s only goal is to steal your online banking credentials, to allow cyber-criminals to empty your bank accounts. 184 palabras más

Opinion

Lang Toun Joggers t's, Vietmanese visa and spring is in the air!

The journey of the Lang Toun Joggers continues. Attendance is sketchy to say the least however there are a core few who will generally attend.  It is obvious though that spring is in the air with a new lady joining last week and e mails and phone calls from another 3 people wanting to join the group.  197 palabras más

Living It!

March Glo Column: Perusing the Protection

    As a general rule, I am not one to lurk about the family planning section of my local drug store and certainly not with my 18-year-old son in tow. 575 palabras más

Glo Magazine

Troy under seige: update 22 March 2015

Following the previous articles here and here, Patrick Wardle has very kindly got back to me, and I have made corrections to them accordingly: the significant news is that the range of anti-virus products which he tried did not detect his bypassing Gatekeeper. 324 palabras más

Macs

Troy under seige: OS X and non-secure downloads

There is no cause for panic, but in case you missed my recent articles (here and here) about Patrick Wardle’s work on ‘dylib hijacking’, OS X security has just changed. 741 palabras más

Macs

Emails "Invoice ID:248c90 in attachment." contains Word file with malicious macro

MX Lab, http://www.mxlab.eu, started to intercept a new malware distribution campaign by email with the subject “Invoice ID:248c90 in attachment.” (numbers will vary in each subject line and also in the attached file name). 88 palabras más

Trojan

Fake email notification Faxtastic "Fax from +4921154767199 Pages: 1" contains malicious Excel sheet

MX Lab, http://www.mxlab.eu, started to intercept a new malware distribution campaign by email with the subject “Fax from +4921154767199 Pages: 1″.

This email is send from the spoofed address “faxtastic! 124 palabras más

Trojan