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A look back at the Zyns iframer campaign

We often get asked about drive-by download attacks, how they work, and specifically about what sites people may have visited just prior to getting infected. This is an interesting aspect when tracking campaigns and what they lead to. Typically, one can divide the drive-by landscape into two categories: malvertising and compromised websites. The former involves legitimate websites […]

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Locky Bart ransomware and backend server analysis

In this post we will cover the Locky Bart ransomware. The developers of Locky Bart already had 2 very successful ransomware campaigns running called “Locky” and “Locky v2”. After some users reported being infected with Locky Bart, we investigated it to find the differences as to gain greater knowledge and understanding of this new version. […]

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Antivirus

How do I get my employees to stop clicking on everything?

If you’ve been given responsibility for network security in a non-technical area of the business, there’s one eternal question that has been bedeviling admins for decades. Shelves of words have been spilled on the subject, to limited result. How do I get the user to stop clicking everything? Everyone with cybersecurity responsibilities has their own […]