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News / [MCAFEE]Staying Safe While Working Remotely
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 08:00:16 »
Staying Safe While Working Remotely


Special thanks to Tim Hux and Sorcha Healy for their assistance. The demand for remote working as a result of...


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News / [MCAFEE]SMBGhost – Analysis of CVE-2020-0796
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 06:00:16 »
SMBGhost – Analysis of CVE-2020-0796


The Vulnerability The latest vulnerability in SMBv3 is a “wormable” vulnerability given its potential ability to replicate or spread over...


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News / [MCAFEE]Android/LeifAccess.A is the Silent Fake Reviewer Trojan
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 05:00:17 »
Android/LeifAccess.A is the Silent Fake Reviewer Trojan


The McAfee Mobile Research team has identified an Android malware family dubbed Android/LeifAccess.A that has been active since May 2019....


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News / [Eset]Black Hat 2021 – non‑virtual edition
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 05:00:09 »
Black Hat 2021 – non‑virtual edition

How is Black Hat USA 2021 different from the past editions of the conference and what kinds of themes may steal the show this year?
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News / [MCAFEE]Multi-tricks HiddenAds Malware
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 04:01:03 »
Multi-tricks HiddenAds Malware


Thousands of HiddenAds Trojan Apps Masquerade as Google Play Apps The McAfee mobile research team has recently discovered a new...


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News / [MCAFEE]CSI: Evidence Indicators for Targeted Ransomware Attacks – Part II
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 03:00:17 »
CSI: Evidence Indicators for Targeted Ransomware Attacks – Part II


In our first article we discussed the growing pattern of targeted ransomware attacks where the first infection stage is often...


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News / [MCAFEE]Model Hacking ADAS to Pave Safer Roads for Autonomous Vehicles
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 02:00:16 »
Model Hacking ADAS to Pave Safer Roads for Autonomous Vehicles


The last several years have been fascinating for those of us who have been eagerly observing the steady move towards...


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News / [MCAFEE]Introduction and Application of Model Hacking
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 01:00:48 »
Introduction and Application of Model Hacking


Catherine Huang, Ph.D., and Shivangee Trivedi contributed to this blog. The term “Adversarial Machine Learning” (AML) is a mouthful!  The...


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News / [MCAFEE]CSI: Evidence Indicators for Targeted Ransomware Attacks – Part I
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 00:00:21 »
CSI: Evidence Indicators for Targeted Ransomware Attacks – Part I

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For many years now I have been working and teaching in the field of digital forensics, malware analysis and threat...


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News / [MCAFEE]Knock, Knock – Who’s There?
« Dernier message par igor51 le Hier à 23:00:16 »
Knock, Knock – Who’s There?


A Windows Linux Subsystem Interop Analysis Following our research from Evil Twins and Windows Linux Subsystem, interoperability between different WSL...


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