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5 tips to better detect and respond to advanced endpoint threats

Endpoint threats are growing more sophisticated and targeted, as hackers come up with new attack techniques and tailor hacking tactics to their specific targets. Recently, ransomware attacks such as… 823 more words


Sowbug, the threat group

The group, called Sowbug, has been active since at least early 2015 and appears primarily interested in gathering foreign policy information from diplomatic and government entities in the region. 916 more words


APT Tracker

There’s a lot of different campaign and actor names and it’s tough to keep them all straight — just see here.

The Council on Foreign Relations released a new tool, the… 111 more words


Advanced Persistent Threat - What is it & How To Remove APT

What Is Advanced Persistent Threat?

An Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) is a drawn out, pointed assault with a particular focus with the expectation to bargain their framework and pick up data from or about that objective. 2,211 more words

Computer Threats

Disable 445 outbound

Just a friendly reminder to make sure you’re only allowing port 80, 443, and maybe 8080 outbound from your network.¬† According to this recent US CERT alert… 89 more words