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09/01/17 |Research # , , , ,

Is Mirai Really as Black as It’s Being Painted?

Is Mirai Really as Black as It's Being Painted?

The Mirai botnet, which is made up of IoT devices and which was involved in DDoS attacks whose scale broke all possible records, causing denial of service across an entire region, has been extensively covered by the mass media. Given that the botnet’s source code has been made publicly available and that the Internet of Things trend is on the rise, no decline in IoT botnet activity should be expected in the near future.

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09/11/16 |Blog # , , , , ,

IT threat evolution Q3 2016. Statistics

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05/09/16 |Blog # , , ,

Talent Lab and Indicators of Compromise

The data obtained by Honeypot sensors requires manual analysis and interpretation, and in most cases cannot be used in automated tools to identify the threat in other segments of the network. It is necessary to create and demonstrate a set of data that can be used as indicators of compromise (IoC) and which is received in an automated mode. The use of this data by other automated tools should not lead to false positives.
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28/08/15 |Research # , , ,

Показатели компрометации как средство снижения рисков

Показатели компрометации как средство снижения рисков

Владельцам IT-инфраструктур необходимо регулярно проверять свои ресурсы на наличие вредоносных компонентов. Заражение может произойти, например, в результате эксплуатации злоумышленниками уязвимостей «нулевого дня». В таких случаях о новой угрозе еще могут не знать разработчики средств защиты, установленных в информационной системе. В то же время эксперты уже могут вести расследования связанных с новой угрозой инцидентов. Более того, могут быть опубликованы некоторые результаты этих расследований. Continue reading

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20/08/15 |Research # , , , ,

Indicators of compromise as a way to reduce risk

Indicators of compromise as a way to reduce risk

Infrastructure owners must regularly check their resources for the presence of malicious components. One of the ways in which a resource may become infected is as a result of “zero-day” vulnerability exploitation by cybercriminals. In this case, the developers of security tools used to protect the information system may be as yet unaware of the new threat. At the same time, experts may be investigating incidents related to the new threat. Moreover, some findings of these investigations may already be publicly available. Continue reading

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