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Posted by Morphisec Team on January 20, 2017

Cybersecurity had a turbulent 2016, to say the least. We saw the rise of ransomware, the emergence of IoT botnets, landmark security legislation and Yahoo’s disclosure about its 1-billion-record-hack, the largest in history.

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Posted by Roy Moshailov on December 27, 2016

 The full report is also available as PDF. 

On December 12, 2016 Morphisec ... Read More

Posted by Ursula Ron on December 8, 2016

They’re starting to be as reliable as clockwork. Every 3-4 weeks a new wave of Hancitor campaigns hits, with improved targeting and new tricks to evade detection. The latest variant comes via a malicious MS Word attachment to a fairly convincing email. How do we know? Our own CEO, Ronen Yehoshua, was one of the latest targets.  Maybe the folks behind ... Read More

Posted by Roy Moshailov on November 26, 2016

 The full report is also available as PDF. 

From November 7 – 15, 2016, Morphisec identified and monitored a new ... Read More

Posted by Michael Gorelik on October 22, 2016

UPDATED POST  - NOW WITH DETAILED TECHNICAL ANALYSIS!

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Posted by Michael Gorelik on October 13, 2016

Morphisec Prevents Major Malspam campaign - Again

In our report at the beginning of September about a large-scale malspam campaign discovered and stopped by Morphisec, we pointed out the central role that malware spam plays for hackers ... Read More

Posted by Michael Gorelik on September 16, 2016

New Locky – Zepto variant prevented by Morphisec! Ransomware with modified Eval mechanism evades all other security solutions.

Since Locky’s discovery in February 2016, it has emerged as one of the most prevalent and devastating ransomware threats of 2016. Over the last two months, ransomware in general has evolved ... Read More

Posted by Michael Gorelik on September 8, 2016

Spam is still the preferred attack vector for cyber criminals and malware spam campaigns continue to increase. According to the Symantec Internet Threat Report, 1 in 220 emails in 2015 contained malware. While this figure may seem low, consider that over 100 billion emails are sent daily and the scale of the problem becomes clear. In this type of mass attack, ... Read More

Posted by Michael Gorelik on July 6, 2016

Angler Hangs Up Its Pole

Back in April, more than 80% of drive by download attacks were attributed to Angler. Now? Nearly zero. Speculation abounds regarding its disappearance earlier this month. A vacation by Angler operators? Black market price wars? But the close timing to the roundup in Russia of 50 ... Read More

Posted by Michael Gorelik on July 2, 2016

The disappearance of Angler has left a gaping hole in the malware market which cybercriminals are only to happy to fill with new variants of old standbys. The latest to reemerge after a period of disuse are Locky and Dridex. A new Locky campaign spotted in the wild on June 20 is analyzed by Pierluigi Paganini on the Read More

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