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Using Expert Rules In ENS To Prevent Malicious Exploits
18th Feb 2021 [8 days ago] from McAfee Labs
Expert Rules are text-based custom rules that can be created in the Exploit Prevention policy in ENS Threat Prevention 10.5.3+. Expert Rules provide additional parameters and allow much more flexibility than the custom rules that can be...
McAfee ATR Analyzes Sodinokibi Aka REvil Ransomware-as-a-Service – Crescendo
18th Feb 2021 [8 days ago] from McAfee Labs
Episode 4: Crescendo This is the final installment of the McAfee Advanced Threat Research (ATR) analysis of Sodinokibi and its connections to GandGrab, the most prolific Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) Campaign of 2018 and mid 2019. In...
McAfee ATR Analyzes Sodinokibi Aka REvil Ransomware-as-a-Service – Follow The Money
18th Feb 2021 [8 days ago] from McAfee Labs
Episode 3: Follow the Money This is the third installment of the McAfee Advanced Threat Research (ATR) analysis of Sodinokibi and its connections to GandCrab, the most prolific Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) Campaign of 2018 and mid 2019....
McAfee ATR Analyzes Sodinokibi Aka REvil Ransomware-as-a-Service – The All-Stars
18th Feb 2021 [8 days ago] from McAfee Labs
Episode 2: The All-Stars Analyzing Affiliate Structures in Ransomware-as-a-Service Campaigns This is the second installment of the McAfee Advanced Threat Research (ATR) analysis of Sodinokibi and its connections to GandGrab, the most prolific...
McAfee ATR Analyzes Sodinokibi Aka REvil Ransomware-as-a-Service – What The Code Tells Us
18th Feb 2021 [8 days ago] from McAfee Labs
Episode 1: What the Code Tells Us McAfee’s Advanced Threat Research team (ATR) observed a new ransomware family in the wild, dubbed Sodinokibi (or REvil), at the end of April 2019. Around this same time, the GandCrab ransomware crew...
How Visiting A Trusted Site Could Infect Your Employees
18th Feb 2021 [8 days ago] from McAfee Labs
The Artful and Dangerous Dynamics of Watering Hole Attacks A group of researchers recently published findings of an exploitation of multiple iPhone vulnerabilities using websites to infect final targets. The key concept behind this type...
Evolution Of Malware Sandbox Evasion Tactics – A Retrospective Study
18th Feb 2021 [8 days ago] from McAfee Labs
Executive Summary Malware evasion techniques are widely used to circumvent detection as well as analysis and understanding. One of the dominant categories of evasion is anti-sandbox detection, simply because today’s sandboxes are becoming...
Apple IOS Attack Underscores Importance Of Threat Research
18th Feb 2021 [8 days ago] from McAfee Labs
The recent discovery of exploit chains targeting Apple iOS is the latest example of how cybercriminals can successfully operate malicious campaigns, undetected, through the use of zero-day vulnerabilities. In this scenario, a threat...
Analyzing And Identifying Issues With The Microsoft Patch For CVE-2018-8423
18th Feb 2021 [8 days ago] from McAfee Labs
Introduction As of July 2019, Microsoft has fixed around 43 bugs in the Jet Database Engine. McAfee has reported a couple of bugs and, so far, we have received 10 CVE’s from Microsoft. In our previous post, we discussed the root cause...
The Twin Journey, Part 3: I’m Not A Twin, Can’t You See My Whitespace At The End?
18th Feb 2021 [8 days ago] from McAfee Labs
In this series of 3 blogs (you can find part 1 here, and part 2 here), so far we have understood the implications of promoting files to “Evil Twins” where they can be created and remain in the system as different entities once case...
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