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Nitol Takedown: How ThreatSTOP can help identify affected machines.

There's a lot of noise out there about "Nitol" and the takedown. What, exactly, does that mean to you?

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Make the best use of what you have before buying Yet Another Box

Infoworld has an article basically saying that firewalls are helpless, blacklists ineffective, and you need Yet Another Box to do outbound deep packet inspection.

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WSJ Explains the problem, and we are the solution.

There's a blog over on the WSJ about how cyber-criminals are targeting Small and Medium businesses, and stealing money using the Zeus and Spyeye trojans, which we block.

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ThreatSTOP blocks FlashBack Call Home

The FlashBack Trojan, which affects a greater percentage of Mac users than the infamous Conficker worm did (and occasionally still does) for Windows users, connects to a limited number of IP addresses for its "Call Home". Although millions of URLs are used as droppers, it appears that the actual malware connects to only two IP addresses:

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ThreatSTOP GA Announcement

It's been a long road, with some detours along the way, but we have finally made it! ThreatSTOP release 1.0 is out.

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iFrame droppers and other drive-bys: how ThreatSTOP protects you.

Someone forwarded me an article from CSO Online about how the US Bureau of Printing and engraving was being used do deliver malware via an iFrame.

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