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CEO Richard Blech Comments On Duqu 2.0

CEO Richard Blech Comments On Duqu 2.0

Duqu 2.0 Makes Other Malware Look Clunky The Duqu 2.0 and run an entire chackers “are confident enough to createyberespionage operation just in system memory, and can survive within an entire network of compromised computers without relying on any persistence...
CEO Richard Blech Comments On Mumblehard

CEO Richard Blech Comments On Mumblehard

Mumblehard Malware Mugs Linux Servers Any Web server that can run Perl scripts, including Windows, Unix, Linux and FreeBSD, and that lets users, customers or even admins change their Web pages, is a potential victim of Mumblehard malware. However, it apparently...
InfoSecurity Magazine Quotes Richard Blech

InfoSecurity Magazine Quotes Richard Blech

Richard Blech On Breaches, Combatting the Human Element   According to research from CompTIA, malware and hacking are serious concerns for nearly half of all companies; but, the human element in security trumps all—companies report that it’s the largest factor...
Richard Blech Comments To Redmond Magazine

Richard Blech Comments To Redmond Magazine

Richard Blech Responds As ‘Dyre Wolf’ Malware Steals Millions from Enterprises Researchers at IBM have discovered an active attack campaign using a variation of the Dyre Trojan that has already stolen millions from organizations. According to IBM, the campaign has...