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Many businesses fail to conduct frequent security testing despite believing that it’s critically important to securing their systems and data. One in five of businesses surveyed admitted they don’t do any security testing, despite the fact that 95 percent of survey respondents reported encountering one of the dozen common security issues associated with security vulnerabilities. […]

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Malware operators can hide the use of malicious macros to distribute malware by simply renaming the offending Office documents, Cisco researchers reveal. Microsoft switched macros off by default in 2007, and also introduced new file formats that no longer supported macros, but cyber-criminals have discovered ways of getting around that. Macro malware, a great concern […]

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CyberArk Labs tested over 23,000 ransomware samples from more than 30 prevalent malware families, including Cryptolocker, Petya and Locky, in order to better understand common infection, encryption and removal characteristics, and identify potential strategies for mitigating the impact of ransomware attacks on enterprises. They analyzed the typical path to encryption, discrepancies and commonalities in ransomware […]

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