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Malware Evasion – Memory Injection

Memory Injection is an evasion technique in which ransomware hides in a legitimate process, making it less likely to be detected by AVs/EDRs

Malware Evasion – Memory Injection

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How You Can Keep Chrome Browser Secure on Windows 7 and 8.1

Chrome recently announced that they’re going to stop supporting Windows 7 and 8.1. You can still keep your legacy endpoints secure without patches.

How You Can Keep Chrome Browser Secure on Windows 7 and 8.1

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Windows Service Failure Recovery Easily Exploitable for Ransomware

We recently discovered an inherent vulnerability in Windows Services that, if exploited, could make it very easy for threat actors to penetrate and initiate a ransomware attack.

Windows Service Failure Recovery Easily Exploitable for Ransomware

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New CatB Ransomware Employs 2-Year Old DLL Hijacking Technique To Evade Detection

We recently discovered a new ransomware variant, which performs MSDTC service DLL Hijacking to silently execute its payload.

New CatB Ransomware Employs 2-Year Old DLL Hijacking Technique To Evade Detection

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New version of Remcos RAT uses direct syscalls to evade detection
New version of Remcos RAT uses direct syscalls to evade detection.
New version of Remcos RAT uses direct syscalls to evade detection

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