You've invested in firewalls and your servers are patched. Clients are running updated anti-malware software and spam and phishing filters are turned up to 11 on your mail servers. Flash?
The Curious Case of the Document Exploiting an Unknown Vulnerability – Part 2: RATs, Hackers and Rihanna
Previously my colleague Wayne talked about an interesting document exploit targeting CVE-2015-1641. In this post, we will talk about who might be behind the attack. We start our correlation with the analysis of the exploit payload – a remote adminis…
Introduction Recently, we came across an unknown document exploit which was mentioned in a blogpost by the researcher @ropchain.
I missed yesterday’s daily video due to an offsite meeting, so today’s episode contains two important stories; an emergency update to fix a zero day vulnerability in Internet Explorer (IE) and the latest update to the Ashley Madison breach. If you run a Microsoft network, or you know anyone that had an account on Ashley Madison, you’ll want to watch the video below to learn what you can do to protect yourself from attackers.
[Editor's Note: The following is a recap of the recent ANZ Fast And Secure Event provided by Tracey Roberts, Fortinet Marketing Manager for ANZ] More than 120 Partners, Distributors and Fortinet Staff came together last week in Sydney and Melbou…