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RSA 2020 – See You There!

There’s a lot to look forward to at RSA 2020, so be sure to stop by booth #N-5745 in the North Hall for demos, theater sessions, and more.

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McAfee Labs

Spitmo vs Zitmo: Banking Trojans Target Android

SpyEye and Zeus are probably the most prevalent and active Trojan “banker” families seen in the wild. (Bankers steal bank passwords and other financial data.) At the beginning of the year there was a rumor about the “merger” of both toolkits into a new generation of banking Trojan. It is not ...

Enterprise

McAfee Security Certification Program

McAfee Security Certification Program Today, McAfee is excited to announce the addition of two new exams and certifications to our McAfee Security Certification Program. We launched the program back in January with two initial assessments, promising to add to our curriculum as time went on. The two new certifications, McAfee ...

McAfee Labs

Why Does My Car Have Its Own Smartphone?

You would be surprised at the number of places you can find a GSM SIM card. Outside of your mobile phone, they can be found in power meters, water meters, vending machines, etc. These SIM cards (virtually identical to the one in your mobile phone) are used for machine-to-machine communication. Essentially ...

Enterprise

Spearphishing Best Practices

What is the biggest threat to your company’s network? Look in the mirror. A huge percentage of recent high profile attacks, including those perpetrated on Epsilon, RSA, the Oak Ridge Laboratories in Tennessee, and the Gmail accounts of government officials—not to mention Operation SHADY Rat—are suspected to be based on ...

Enterprise

Building a Better Shady RAT Trap: Security Connected Framework

Recently Dmitri Alperovitch, McAfee’s VP of Threat Research, published a blog about Operation Shady RAT. In the blog and corresponding whitepaper he details an investigation of targeted intrusions into over 70 global companies, governments, and non-profit organizations over the last five years that appear to be sourced from a single ...

Family Safety

Guide To Online Banking Safety for Carefree, Confident, and Conservative Consumers

A recent poll revealed that 54% of U.S. consumers said the theft of their personal or financial information worried them more than losing their job or not having healthcare for their family members.[1] Their worry is not unfounded. As President Obama recently acknowledged, while the Internet has transformed how we ...

Family Safety Identity Protection

Myth: Apple Products Don’t Get Viruses

Have you ever bitten into an apple and found a worm? I have, and it’s yummy! Anyway, how many times have you heard, or even said, “I won’t get that computer virus because I have a Mac”?  While Mac users tend to feel somewhat insulated from viruses, it’s time for ...

Family Safety Identity Protection

15 Social Media Security Tips

1. Realize that you can become a victim at any time. Not a day goes by when we don’t hear about a new hack. With 55,000 new pieces of malware a day, security never sleeps. 2. Think before you post. Status updates, photos, and comments can reveal more about you ...

McAfee Labs

Dissecting Zeus for Android (or Is It Just SMS Spyware?)

Zeus, also known as ZBot, is one of best-known malware in the industry. The main purpose of this malware is to steal banking credentials, allowing attackers to commit electronic fraud. Until 2010, Zeus existed only for personal computers since this platform was (and still is) the principal medium for electronic ...

Family Safety Identity Protection

Social Networking Security Awareness

One in five online consumers has been a victim of cybercrime in the past two years. Social networking is a direct link to the problem. While social networks allow you to keep in touch with family and friends, there are issues to be concerned about. Most concerns revolve around online ...

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