On May 14, 2019, Microsoft released a patch for a critical Remote Code Execution vulnerability dubbed CVE-2019-0708. The vulnerability exists in Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2008. The risk level associated with this vulnerability was great enough to prompt...Read More
Over the past several days AppRiver security specialists have been seeing early morning Ransomware campaigns targeting users.
The ransomware itself belongs to the GandCrab family and has been the most frequently distributed of its kind over the past year. And like most ransomware, it has the power to significantly...Read More
On Jan 31, we noticed a large malware push posing as Bank of America that attempted to dupe users into opening an attachment. Opening the attachment would launch an infection chain that ultimately would lead to malware infection.Read More
Here we go again - attackers are going "phishing" in search of user's Office 365 credentials.
In the past we have seen this sort of activity ramp up dramatically at many different points in time, and it is usually followed by a corresponding increase in attacks being launched from the compromised accounts.Read More
Just after 10 a.m. this morning UK businesses were targeted with an email campaign attempting to infect networks with the Trickbot Banking Trojan.
Utilizing a similar approach to what we have seen in the past, the messages were crafted to appear as legitimate “secure emails” from Lloyds Bank. This approach is one we...Read More
Late yesterday, while most people were just settling back into their desk after lunch… a large botnet [Necurs] began pumping out a massive malware campaign targeting millions of businesses and individuals. After the dust had settled, we had quarantined just over 25 million of these email-based attacks. This campaign had...Read More