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The CERT Division has released a new web page for CSIRT case studies, featuring two new case studies for teams in Tunisia and Colombia.
In this post, Vijay Sarvepalli describes how to use statistical modeling using standard deviation to analyze your network security data.
The more popular online banking becomes, the more determined cybercriminals are to steal users’ money. How is money stolen with the help of malicious programs? How can you protect yourself from virtual robbery?
Kaspersky Labs security research team is publishing a report that analyzes an active cyber-espionage campaign targeting South Korean think-tanks.
For several months, we have been monitoring an ongoing cyber-espionage campaign against South Korean think-tanks.
Blog: Microsoft Updates September 2013 - Critical Server and Client Side RCE Vulnerabilities in IE, Outlook, Built-in Windows Components and Sharepoint
Microsoft releases a long list of security bulletins this month on the server and client side, patching a longer list of vulnerabilities in this month's array of technologies. Only four of the bulletins are rated "critical" this month: Internet Explorer, a variety of built-in Windows components, and Sharepoint and Office Web Services. Fourteen security bulletins are released in total, patching almost fifty vulnerabilities. Mostly every one of this month's vulnerabilities were reported privately, other than the XSS vulnerability in Sharepoint.
An analysis of the process through which computers are infected using the BlackHole exploit pack and discussion of mechanisms providing protection against Java exploits.