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It’s been over a year now since McAfee became an Intel company and the team and I have been privileged to be a part of designing and developing our DeepSAFE technology, as well as Deep Defender, the first available product that leverages this advancement. Recent threats in-the-news validates what we’ve been working on and this […]

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McAfee Labs Messaging Security recently observed a new malicious spam campaign pushing password-stealing Trojans associated with the Zeus/Zbot family. This campaign leverages several notable social engineering techniques. For admins and netizens familiar with contemporary email-borne threats, a message purporting an undeliverable DHL, FedEx, or USPS package triggers an immediate red flag. Though still prevalent, those […]

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A researcher at the Defense in Depth blog has discovered a flaw in Apple’s recently released operating system, OS X 10.7 (Lion), which allows passwords to be changed without knowledge of the logged in user’s password. The flaw appears related to Apple’s move towards a local directory service which has permissions set in an insecure […]

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