Early this morning, Denmark, Germany and several surrounding Scandinavian countries were hit with a large volume malware attack. The attack leveraged the legitimate cloud storage service Dropbox to host their malware payloads while attempting to disguise the links with random strings of characters and varying filenames. In the past 12 hours, we have quarantined thousands […]

As the new year gets underway we always take a look back at patterns and trends that we saw throughout the previous year. 2016 was certainly one thing, the most dangerous year on record–from an email perspective of course. In total we quarantined just over 15.5 billion emails containing malware. Any one of these messages could […]

This morning we began seeing an influx of emails attempting to dupe users into downloading and opening a malicious office document. The messages are made to look like an alert from the popular remote access and password management provider LogMeIn. They state that your payment method has been declined and offers a link to “download the […]

An onslaught of PayPal themed messages have been hitting our filters over the past few weeks. Utilization of attached (.)HTM/HTML files to distribute malware and phishing attacks has been actively used for the better part of a decade now. This file type is still considered relatively low risk since they are still shared for legitimate purposes quite […]

It’s no secret that ransomware has been circulating at a fever pitch on the web as of late. Locky remains the most prolific despite the fact that new variants of ransomware being discovered with greater regularity. This morning we have been monitoring a campaign attempting to distribute Locky to millions of unsuspecting users. We have already quarantined […]