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Deconstructing Fileless Attacks into 4 Underlying Techniques

How can we turn discussions about the vague notion of fileless attacks into constructive, specific conversations?

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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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Why “Next-Gen AV” is just “AV”

In the world of antivirus the idea of “next-gen” AV is confusing at best. But is it ready to take on the challenge of ‘next-gen’ threats?

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MSPs – 3 Steps to Making Security Profitable and Valuable

If you’re like most MSPs, you’re always looking to increase either the scope of current services within a given customer or are looking to expand your service offerings.

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GhostMiner: Cryptomining Malware Goes Fileless

Cybercriminals are increasingly relying on malicious cryptominers as a way of making money online, often shifting from using ransomware or diversifying revenue streams.

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Considerations for Augmenting Antivirus Protection on the Endpoint

When deciding how to augment your baseline AV protection on the endpoint, understand the benefits and operational characteristics of each approach you’re considering. Here are a few guidelines.

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New FREE Tool from Minerva – Mystique, automatically extract malware infection markers

Minerva is proud to officially release Mystique – a free, open-source tool for automatically extracting mutex infection markers from malware for vaccination. You can download the tool from 

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Malware Vaccination for the Enterprise, Brought to You by Minerva

We can immunize computer systems against some infections by deploying vaccines that fool malware into believing the endpoint is already infected. This premise has been lingering in my mind

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