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Supply Chain Attack – We Can’t Predict It, But We Can Stop It

Modern technology is making our life easier, but it also makes us more vulnerable in the face of the attacker. From multinational organizations, all the way down to individuals with a simple smart . . .


Crackonosh - The Hidden Crypto Mining Malware

An article by Avast has introduced a novel malware by the name Crackonosh. This computer virus spreads through cracked software, specifically through illicit video game copies. The malware’s main . . .


IcedID - A New Threat In Office Attachments

IcedID is somewhat of a veteran in the MaaS industry, being actively developed and distributed since 2017. The malware-as-a-service, also called Bokbot, has been in extensive use in the last . . .


The Next Big Thing in Educating Your Remote Workforce On Staying Safe From Ransomware

An educated workforce should always be a vital part of your cybersecurity protection program, especially when that workforce is predominantly required to work from home.  Whether employees are . . .


Does WFH Mean We Have to Choose Between Privacy and Security?



Exterminating A Parallax RAT

Over the last couple of years, the use of user mode API hooking by security vendors became highly popular. Most next-gen antiviruses and EDRs use hooking for detecting and preventing malicious . . .


Emotet Malspam Blocked Even Before It Was Identified

Emotet, one of the most active recent malspam campaigns has launched a new malicious document which pretends to be a message from windows update, as reported by Bleeping Computer.


Preventing Fake Software Installers with Minerva Labs

Fake installers are on the rise, and it is not a coincidence. This opportunistic method of infection is getting increasingly popular because of the ease of creating new and obfuscated payloads . . .


Minerva’s Anti-Evasion Platform Working with Windows Defender Antivirus

Minerva’s solution augments antivirus or EPP solutions without interfering or overlapping with their functionality.


PREVENTED! An active malware campaign using emails distributes RTF files that carry a widespread exploit. Patch at your own pace

All of Minerva customers are fully protected from this campaign as from many other Office vulnerabilities even if their systems were not patched yet – regardless of their Office Suite version and . . .


Attackers Insert Themselves into the Email Conversation to Spread Malware

The “never get gifts from strangers” rule applies for suspicious email attachments as well as enterprises and SMBs alike educate their employees about the dangers lurking in cyberspace.


Legally Dangerous Attackers

Malicious actors are consistently and persistently looking for new avenues to compromise sensitive data and they’ve found one such entry through legal firms.

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