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Untangling the “Windows Defender” Naming Mess

Microsoft includes “Windows Defender” in names of several security capabilities that the company provides. In discussions with Minerva Labs customers and partners I’ve witnessed frequent confusion

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Pimped Buhtrap Source Leaked

Following the leak of an enhanced Buhtrap malware source code, Minerva’s research team released a summary of its highlights, sharing their insights about this threat and the aftermath of the leak.

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Containing and Recovering from Incidents with the Help of Minerva Labs and Carbon Black

Despite their efforts to prevent intrusions, enterprises can find themselves dealing with large-scale compromises. When the investigation reveals that numerous endpoints in the organizations are

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A Historical Take on the Evolution of Endpoint Security

What makes endpoints the gateway into enterprises for so many cyber-attacks? Reviewing key events from the history of endpoint security helps shed some light on what drives attackers to target

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What is an exploit kit?

In our 2017 End of Year Research Report, we found that 86% of exploit kits employed evasive tactics to avoid detection. Here’s all you need to know about exploit kits and how to address the threat.

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Confronting Snake Oil Sales Tactics in Endpoint Security

How can you validate the efficacy claims of endpoint security vendors? Here's a free tool to help you out.

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Mimicry: The Evolution of Deceptive Defenses and Attacks

Many aspects of cyber-attacks resemble time-tested techniques found in nature. Self-propagating malware is reminiscent of biological viruses spreading from one organism to another, or malicious

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The Upsurge in Evasive Malware

At this point in our industry’s history, pretty much every IT professional is very aware of the need for a security strategy that not only protects against current threats, but one that’s also

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Evasive Malware: Learning by Example

Malware authors are evolving as quickly as the AV and security vendors are. Here are some examples of how evasive techniques were implemented in attacks that hit the headlines.

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Why Your Security Solution Isn’t Catching Evasive Malware

You’re already keenly aware of the malware threat to your organization – this nasty vehicle by which ransomware, external attacks, and data breaches enter in has become so rampant, you have layers

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