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ThreatSTOP IP Reputation Protects Against Zero-day Attacks

One of the themes of this blog is that IP reputation - when delivered in an actionable form the way we do at ThreatSTOP - can protect against threats that you had no idea existed. There's an interesting Reuter's report that explains the problem:

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Blocking Bot 'Call Homes' Can Stop You Losing $250,000

Over the last couple of days, Brian Krebs has reported about ACH fraud that is driven by ZeuS and SpyEye trojans/bots. Although the case law is limited it seems like banks have little or no liability if a trojan steals bank login details and, as a result, an organization's bank account is emptied.

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Don't let your computers talk to countries they aren't allowed to

Many organizations are subject to government regulations such as ITAR or OFAC that prohibit any dealings with certain foreign nations. Many others have countries that they will not do business with for reasons of corporate policy - because of rampant piracy or fraud for example. However with the Internet it isn't always where another computer is located. At least not from the domain name it reports or the place a user fills in as contact address. This means that, wittingly or unwittingly, computers in any organization may be connecting with other computers in locations that they are legally forbidden to have any communication with.

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ThreatSTOP Blocking New Facebook Malware

There is some nasty Facebook spread malware going around at the moment. F-Secure states that the malware infects users in the US and UK and applies to both Mac and PC users.

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