WYSIWYE: A User-Friendly Interface for Cybercrooks
Personalized cyberattacks are on the rise. PandaLabs takes a look at a recent attack that even has it’s own interface for customizing attacks.
Sticky Attacks: When the operating system turns against you
Pandalabs detects and neutralizes an attack that does not use any malware as such. The “Sticky Keys” become a corporate nightmare.
RDPPatcher, the Attack that Sells Access to your Computer at a Low Price
PandaLabs has discovered a new attack whose aim in not data theft, nor encryption, but rather to sell access to your computer to third parties.
Malware Capable of Paralyzing an Entire Ministry Neutralized
Last December, we saw a large-scale spam campaign that spread malware to more than ten countries, and specifically targeted a major European ministry.
Spora, a Sophisticated New Ransomware, Detected in January
A new ransomware called Spora initially avoided detection by 53 different security solutions because of a lack of signature.
It Isn’t Ransomware, But It Will Take Over Your Server Anyway
In this week’s Tales From Ransomware, we take a look at a ransomware that isn’t really ransomware. Nor even malware. But it can hijack your server anyway.
Eddy Willems Interview: Smart Security and the “Internet of Trouble”
PandaLabs speaks with Eddy Willems, Security Evangelist at G Data Software AG, about security in the age of the Internet of Things.