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Attack The Machines: The lucrative business of ATM malware

Attack The Machines: The lucrative business of ATM malware

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Ed Cabrera (Chief Cybersecurity Officer) Trend Micro and Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) today released a publicly available report on the ATM malware landscape. This builds on the 2016 report that was privately released to financial institutions and law enforcement agencies globally. The report digs into the depth and breadth of malware targeting ATMs, as well as the perpetrators behind...Multimedia All Other Multimedia: atm-238x300_0.jpg (11.22 KB) Related Materials http://blog.trendmicro.com/attack-machines-lucrative-business-atm-malware/ Language: English
Endpoint isn’t the best place to block threats

Endpoint isn’t the best place to block threats

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Trend Micro Endpoints are no longer the best place to block threats, and this will be important to keep in mind as malicious techniques continue to advance.Multimedia All Other Multimedia: Endpoints-are-no-longer-the-best-place-to-block-threats-_459_40164897_0_14128734_500-300x200_0.jpg (16.94 KB) Related Materials http://blog.trendmicro.com/endpoint-isnt-the-best-place-to-block-threats/ Language: English read more Source: HEADLINES NEWS
The New Email Security Technologies Powered by XGen™

The New Email Security Technologies Powered by XGen™

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Chris Taylor Today we are excited to introduce new email security technologies powered by XGen™ and a new product, Smart Protection for Office 365. This new service combines the advantages of both an email gateway with an API service integrated solution to provide complete threat protection for Microsoft Office 365. It helps address the complete threat lifecycle...Multimedia All Other Multimedia: iStock_74054191_XLARGE-300x200_2.jpg (19.54 KB) Related Materials http://blog.trendmicro.com/the-new-email-security-technologies-powered-by-xgen/ Language: English

ZNIU: First Android Malware to Exploit Dirty COW Vulnerability

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Mobile Threat Response Team The Linux vulnerability called Dirty COW (CVE-2016-5195) was first disclosed to the public in 2016. The vulnerability was discovered in upstream Linux platforms such as Redhat, and Android, which kernel is based on Linux. It is categorized as a serious privilege escalation flaw that allows an attacker to gain root access on the targeted system. Dirty COW attacks on Android has been silent since its discovery, perhaps because it took attackers some time to build a stable exploit for major devices. Almost a year later, Trend Micro researchers captured samples of ZNIU (detected as AndroidOS_ZNIU)—the first malware family to exploit the vulnerability on the Android platform. Post from: Trendlabs Security Intel
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Top Stories More about Republican Party Bill Cassidy Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Lindsey Graham 'Regular order' may have just killed GOP's Obamacare repeal. So what is it? Washington Post Sep 21, 2017 Related Coverage Trump's misleading claim on pre-existing protections in Graham-Cassidy Fact Check PolitiFact 22h ago McCain to vote no on ObamaCare repeal The Hill 1h ago The Graham-Cassidy Health-Care Bill Is a Clear Danger to People with Preëxisting Conditions Featured The New Yorker 2h ago The Worst Has Yet to Come Opinion U.S. News & World Report 2h ago 3:12 McCain to vote 'no' on health care proposal CNN New aerial photos show Puerto Rico devastation; at least 6 dead in Hurricane
EITest Campaign Uses Tech Support Scams to Deliver Coinhive’s Monero Miner

EITest Campaign Uses Tech Support Scams to Deliver Coinhive’s Monero Miner

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Joseph C Chen (Fraud Researcher) We’ve uncovered the notorious EITest campaign delivering a JavaScript (JS) cryptocurrency miner (detected by Trend Micro as HKTL_COINMINE) using tech support scams as a social engineering lure. These are fraud activities impersonating legitimate technical support services, conning unwitting victims to avail/pay for these services (or hand out financial data), by scaring them that their machine has been infected with malware, for instance.Multimedia All Other Multimedia: EITest_release.jpg (7.6 KB) Related Materials http://feeds.trendmicro.com/~r/Anti-MalwareBlog/~3/WdEs8vS9Cvw/
TippingPoint Threat Intelligence and Zero-Day Coverage – Week of September 18, 2017

TippingPoint Threat Intelligence and Zero-Day Coverage – Week of September 18, 2017

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Elisa Lippincott (TippingPoint Global Product Marketing) The Morton Salt slogan “When it rains it pours” refers to its free flowing salt with a pouring spot and is a variation of the proverb “It never rains but it pours.” Unfortunately, Mother Nature has taken the proverb literally. This has been a devastating hurricane season for the United States and surrounding countries in...Multimedia All Other Multimedia: TippingPoint-300x205_5.jpg (12.09 KB) Related Materials https://blog.trendmicro.com/tippingpoint-threat-intelligence-zero-day-coverage-week-september-18-2017/ Language:
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