Gunter Ollmann, vice president of research, Damballa
Most recent articles by Gunter Ollmann, vice president of research, Damballa
The recent outbreak of the Flashback trojan on Mac computers is a case study in how unprepared security professionals are for dealing with malware that’s not specific to Windows.
Using the analogy of workers inspecting marbles of varying colors, the author explains how organizations can apply clustering to defend against evolving threats.
A researcher describes a method known as clustering, which can be used to analyze malware patterns and help defend networks from harm.
A noted security researcher explains how sophisticated malware is created to elevate privileges on behalf of an attacker so security controls, such as anti-virus, can be disabled.
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