Blog Tag: Malware Detection

MetaDefender Email Gateway Security v5.1.0 - スパム対策/フィッシング対策を含む更新

September 28, 2020 by Janos Rotzik
メールセキュリティの新たな領域 製品概要 MetaDefender Email Gateway Securityの新しいリリースは、OPSWATが提供するメールセキュリティのレベルを大幅に拡張しました。ゼロデイ脅威の防御と99%近いマルウェア検知率を提供しつつ、新たに最高のアンチスパムとアンチフィッシング技術を追加しました。 リリースハイライト...

OPSWAT Expands OESIS Framework with Anti-Keylogger and Anti-Screen Capture Modules

June 29, 2020
The OESIS Framework is a cross-platform, versatile and modular framework that enables software engineers and technology vendors to build advanced endpoint security products. The new modules extend the Framework from five to seven modules,...

Multiscanning – Making Sense of the Numbers

December 10, 2019 by Nelson Nguyen
Reports by antimalware companies claim that they are seeing hundreds of thousands of brand-new unique malware samples every day. For example, Symantec reported seeing 7.8 million unique malware samples in the month of April 2019....

Is Your Cloud-based Anti-Malware Solution GDPR Compliant?

June 27, 2018 by Yiyi Miao
With General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union now in full effect, it is important to consider the privacy implications of using cloud-based anti-virus scanners.  GDPR was created to ensure the security of personal...

11 of the Largest Data Breaches of All Time (Updated)

November 22, 2017 by Yiyi Miao
There were 8,069 data breaches between January 2005 and November 2017 according to the Identity Theft Resource Center, and in recent years the number of data breaches and compromised records has skyrocketed.Although there have...

FormBook Is the Latest Example of Malware-as-a-Service

October 12, 2017 by Yiyi Miao
Cyber security firm FireEye published a warning last week about the spread of FormBook malware. FormBook steals data, tracks keystrokes, and copies form submissions (hence the "FormBook" name), and it also can receive and execute various...

VMRay Guest Post: Fake Microsoft Word Invoice Hides Malware

August 10, 2017
As the VMRay Research Team has written previously, cybercriminals often rely on social engineering techniques to carry out their malicious activities. In large part, this is because Microsoft has been successful in hardening the Windows...