The Seven Most Dangerous New Attack Techniques, and What’s Coming Next
“Have you ever downloaded and installed a large Android application that had very few actual UI elements or functionality? Recently, FireEye Labs mobile security researchers have discovered a new kind of mobile malware that encrypts an embedded Android application with an attachment in an asset folder – concealing all malicious activities within a seemingly benign application.”
Here’s an interesting analysis of malware callbacks based on country. Are Russia and Ukraine involved in a “Cyber War”?
This is interesting. Not much we can do about it, but important to understand.
This is the best explanation I’ve seen yet of how Heartbleed works.
This article does a really good job of breaking down a common Remote Access Trojan (RAT). If you’ve never seen a deep dive like this I highly recommend you take a look.
The Securosis folks have a number of good blog series on their website. This one on advanced endpoint and server protection looks like it is going to be very informative.