InfoSight Provides Network Protection Against TDLv4 Rootkit Malware

What is this? A new "TDLv4" version of the TDSS rootkit, which was first discovered in 2008, has infected over 4.5 million machines world-wide as of April 2011. Infected machines are joined to a botnet which can be used for malicious purposes such as mounting network/endpoint attacks, allowing installation of more malware on the infected systems, distributing "spam" emails, and exfiltrating user data. The Dirty Details... TDLv4 uses a number of sophisticated components including rootkit [...]

By | July 18th, 2011
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InfoSight Made It to the Major Leagues!

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By | July 8th, 2011
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What Are the Odds of a Security Breach at Your Institution?

If your home has ever been burglarized, you know the unnerving feeling of being violated and how the experience can haunt you for a long time. Obviously, locks and bolts are only as strong as the door and the frame they’re fitted to. This is also true of the security posture of financial institutions. Outdated software applications, misconfigured devices, and ineffective security policies are much like the weak or rotten woodwork framing the door of your home ...

By | March 31st, 2009
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