High Performance Network Security, Enterprise and Data-Center Firewall

High Performance Network Security, Enterprise and Data-Center Firewall

by RSS Rex Plantado  |  September 01, 2009  |  Category: Security Research
Just happened to review our signature against virut-infected Web pages, and I would say, the infection is still very active until now. W32/Virut.CE is known to infect Web pages (HTML, ASP, and PHP) by injecting malicious iframe that redirects visitin...
by RSS Rex Plantado  |  July 29, 2009  |  Category: Security Research
Last week, an online user reported to us that he cannot access some AV websites while he doesn't have problem with Google.com and Yahoo.com. He also added that he thinks his computer might be infected with the notorious Virut malware. Hmm... wait...
by RSS Derek Manky  |  July 27, 2009  |  Category: Security Research
Many threat trends have continued as we head into August 2009. I have highlighted notable items below from our July 2009 Threat Landscape report, which can be found on Fortinet's FortiGuard Center. Mobile threat development continues: In July we saw...
by RSS Derek Manky  |  July 08, 2009  |  Category: Security Research
With modern threats moving to multiple attack vectors, end users and clients need to be extra cautious. Malicious links are coming fast and furious through layered attacks - bundled up in obfuscated javascript, or on your favorite social networking s...
by RSS Derek Manky  |  April 28, 2009  |  Category: Security Research
Our April 2009 Threat Landscape Report is now available, recapping a month of threat activity from exploits and malware, to spam. Here are some key movements from the report along with comments: Waledac is one of the most active malware families to...
by RSS Derek Manky  |  March 27, 2009  |  Category: Security Research
Our March 2009 Threat Landscape Report is now available, recapping a month of threat activity from exploits and malware, to spam. Here are some key movements from the report along with comments: After a year long battle, W32/Virut.A finally lands in...
by RSS Derek Manky  |  March 16, 2009  |  Category: Security Research
Back in 2004, several mass mailing worms spread in unprecedented fashion: MyDoom, Bagle, and Netsky. Netsky had instructions to remove MyDoom and Bagle, leaving this message in one of its variants: "We are the skynet--you can't hide yourself

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