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Windows 10 users who upgrade to v2004 will finally be able to switch on a longstanding Windows Defender feature that protects users against potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). What are PUAs? Also called PUPs (potentially unwanted programs), PUAs are applications that often cannot be outright classified as malware, but still violate users’ security and privacy interests. […]

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One of the topics covered In a recent RSA Conference presentation was how attackers are using the victims’ own Windows operating system against them to avoid detection. This concept of “living off the land” (LotL) — the use of binaries, DLLs and other computer code that is already on our system — makes it harder […]

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If I listed the names of services on your Windows systems, would you be able to determine which ones were real and which ones were fake? Attackers often use fake services designed to act and look like real Windows services but contain malicious files. Is Windows Updates a true Windows service, or is it called […]

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