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CATEGORY ARCHIVES: cybersecurity

Sure, Just a Threat Feed Works. Like Biden Without Ray-Bans.

 

Sure, just any old threat feed will do. Like those one-size-fits-all “I Heart NY” shirts in Times Square. Just like Chipotle without guac (if you’re obsessed with both Chipotle and guac, like me) or Caesar salad with no… dressing. Laverne without Shirley, Biden without Ray-Bans, or maybe the internet without a politically topical meme. I’m going somewhere with this…. I promise.

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Bi-weekly Security Update

Bi-weekly Security Update

Malicious content identified and inserted:

  • IPs – 960
  • Domains – 1653
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How much would you pay in bitcoin to watch that cat video?

Where do security professionals draw the line between protecting their company’s network, and delivering a free-range internet experience for their fellow employees? This quandary came up at ThreatSTOP recently, spurred by a support request we received from a customer who posed this very question to himself, his peers, and to us. It got us thinking, and made us wonder what the consensus is among security professionals who constantly wrestle with balancing the scales of security and user friction.

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Crime As a Service: The Gritty Details & How to Prevent It

 

“Crime as a Service” (CaaS): It’s not just a recently ramped up buzzword, it has actual backing and won't quietly fade into the night anytime soon. It’s a service that has the potential to mature into a larger organizational unit, which is telling of the cyber security issues we’ll be up against in the future.

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Bi-weekly Security Update 12/21-1/3

Malicious content identified and inserted:

  • IPs – 1625
  • Domains – 4562

Target lists updated:

  • TSCritical (Domains and IPs)
  • TSRansomware (Domains and IPs)
  • TSPhishing (Domains and IPs) – New Targets added!
  • TSBanking (Domains and IPs) – New Targets added!
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RELEASE NOTES & SECURITY UPDATE – 12/14/2016

4.12 Release Notes

Reporting – The Legacy reporting link has been removed from the portal. All Legacy reporting information is available in the Next-Generation reporting UI.

 12.14 .16 Security Update

Malicious Content Identified & Inserted:

  • IPs – 166
  • Domains – 1288

Target Lists Updated:

  • TS-CRIT
  • TS-RANS
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Next Gen IP Firewall Reporting Video - Check it out!

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ThreatSTOP Protects Workloads in Microsoft Azure with New Cloud-based DNS Firewall

DNS Firewall continuously blocks threats and prevents data theft for cloud workloads

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Los Angeles Times: Why Hackers Are Not Lining Up to Help the FBI

In all of the debate around the Apple vs FBI tussle, many have wondered why someone has not simply stepped up and hacked the phone already.

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TorrentLocker Ransomware Still Going Strong

TorrentLocker is a family of file-encrypting ransomware first observed in late 2014, that is almost exclusively distributed through spam email campaigns. The ransomware is noteworthy for targeting specific geographic areas, mainly victims in the United States.

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