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Latest Emsisoft News

Get Rich Quick or Reboot Trying: The State of CyberCrime in 2014

Security Knowledge [Oct, 1, 2014]

Get Rich Quick or Reboot Trying: The State of CyberCrime in 2014

It’s 2014: Money is digital and criminals are too. What are you doing to ensure that you’re protected?

Ransomware Alert: Digitally Signed CryptoWall through Malvertising

Alerts & Outbreaks [Oct, 1, 2014]

Ransomware Alert: Digitally Signed CryptoWall through Malvertising

A malicious advertising, or “malvertising,” campaign is currently serving a digitally signed variant of the CryptoWall ransomware through Alexa top 15,000 websites.

A Statement from Emsisoft on WikiLeaks and the FinFisher malware

Emsisoft News [Sep, 27, 2014]

A Statement from Emsisoft on WikiLeaks and the FinFisher malware

As an anti-malware company with German roots, Emsisoft is not unaffected by WikiLeaks and FinFisher. We’d like to let all of you know that we do not “whitelist” any type of lawful interception malware.

WikiLeaks exposed how much governments spend on FinFisher malware to spy on their citizens

Security Knowledge [Sep, 26, 2014]

WikiLeaks exposed how much governments spend on FinFisher malware to spy on their citizens

Oppressive regimes are buying surveillance malware. Shouldn’t there be some control to ensure that developers like FinFisher don’t sell their products to questionable governments?

Critical Bash Bug “Shellshock” might be as big as Heartbleed

Alerts & Outbreaks [Sep, 25, 2014]

Critical Bash Bug “Shellshock” might be as big as Heartbleed

Any Linux, Unix, or Mac OS X machine running versions 1.14.0 to 4.3 of the Bash command interpreter is vulnerable to remote execution of malicious code.

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