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  • Security analytics solution identifies attacks in historic data

    01.05.2014

    Arbor Networks is showcasing at Infosecurity Europe 2014 its Pravail Security Analytics, whose unique looping capability can be used to identify and establish an attack timeline for the recently disclosed and much discussed Heartbleed attacks.

  • Heartbleed attacker hijacked VPN active user sessions

    22.04.2014

    As the number of the most popular websites that still haven't patched their servers against the Heartbleed exploit continues to diminish (go here for an up-to-date list of those that are still vulnerable), researchers from cybersecurity firm Mandiant have reported that have identified successful attacks in the wild by targeted threat actors exploiting the Heartbleed bug.

  • New IDS project spots anomalous system behavior

    10.04.2014

    A team of researchers from Binghamton University have been working on a new intrusion detection approach based on monitoring the behavior of systems and spotting when it differs from the one that is considered normal.

  • DB Networks' virtual IDS stops advanced SQL injection attacks

    25.02.2014

    DB Networks introduced the IDS-6300v intelligent security virtual appliance, a new solution based on the next-generation Core Intrusion Detection System (IDS) platform introduced last year in DB Networks’ IDS-6300 Core IDS hardware appliance.

  • Network forensics platform for the 10 Gig world

    24.02.2014

    nPulse Technologies announced the launch of its Cyclone Network Forensics Platform, which builds on full packet capture by adding advanced, line-rate extraction of crucial application layer security metadata and a flexible big data security analytics framework to index, search, analyze, and visualize network traffic and expeditiously reconstruct cyber attack kill chains.




Spotlight

Almost 1 in 10 Android apps are now malware

Posted on 28 July 2014.  |  Cheetah Mobile Threat Research Labs analyzed trends in mobile viruses for Q1 and Q2 of 2014. Pulling 24.4 million sample files they found that 2.2 million files had viruses. This is a 153% increase from the number of infected files in 2013.


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