Menlo Security Stands behind Its security—Announces $1 Million Malware Protection Warranty

Today we announced security without compromise. Menlo Security is offering a warranty of up to $1 million to any customer that experiences an infection from malware that passes through our Isolation Core™ ...
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Time Travel May Be Capable Of Defeating Ransomware…

Image Courtesy of MGM via the Coordinated Science Laboratory at The Grainger College of Engineering, on the University of Illinois Campus at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois comes news of a tactic utilizing on-board flash ...

Make No Mistake — Microsoft Is A Security Company Now

That’s not a bad start of the day, reading such a headline from a Forrester analyst. I am often asked, how far we are going to drive security within Microsoft. Well, I ...
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Disabling Anti-Malware Scanning

This post follows on from the previous blog post, Preview Pane, looking at the later parts of the kill chain for the same malicious document. Here I will detail a technique for ...
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Out of Many, None…

via Or, Why AutoCad malware bits have a life of their own, so to speak ...
Security Boulevard’s 5 Most Read Stories for the Week

Security Boulevard’s 5 Most Read Stories for the Week, August 20-24

A new week, a new crop of security stories. Last week, malware complacency, Russian cyberspies, GDPR compliance and Mirai IoT malware made the headlines. In addition, we analyzed top security threats for ...
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Malware Complacency: Time to Wake up

It would be easy to become inured to the multiplicity of security headlines, studies and vulnerabilities that punctuate these days in information security. This would be the wrong time, however, to allow ...
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