Blog Tag: Email-Security

Cyber security firm FireEye published a warning last week about the spread of FormBook malware. FormBook steals data, tracks keystrokes, and copies form...
Over 7% of phishing emails successfully trick users into opening malicious links or attachments, per Verizon — and Proofpoint research shows that 25.5%...
As the VMRay Research Team has written previously, cybercriminals often rely on social engineering techniques to carry out their malicious activities. In large...
SentinelOne researchers recently identified a new variant of Zusy malware that spreads via PowerPoint presentations — without using macros. Zusy, also...
Boaz Litai, Territory Manager - Europe, and Derek Hutzler, International Sales Manager, at the OPSWAT booth We just got back from Infosecurity Europe, which...
Since last week, users and organizations in over 100 countries, including major corporations and various government agencies, have fallen victim to the...
OPSWAT has been making improvements to MetaDefender.com. Updates include changing the layout and user interface slightly for easier navigation, and adding...
OPSWAT today announced the release of MetaDefender Email Security v3.14.0, which separates out the mail agent as an independent installer. This new release...
What Is Ransomware? In the unlikely event that you've never heard of the most rapidly growing threat in cyber security today, ransomware is a type of...
Malware infections often enter networks through email attachments, and attackers are continually looking for new ways to disguise the malicious files. In the...
Attackers often use email attachments as vehicles for malware. It is difficult to defend a network completely from such "document malware" without thoroughly...
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29 Apr 2016

April in Review

Take a look at our April newsletter for a convenient summary of what we've been up to here at OPSWAT. This month we hosted two Cyber Security Seminars in Seoul...