Next-gen virus found and This is how it works

An unusual strain of virus-like hacker software that exploits computer server vulnerabilities without requiring human interaction is a leading example of a new generation of “ransomware,” according to a new report by Cisco Systems Inc. Hackers use such software to target large-scale networks and hold data hostage in exchange for…

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‘Gameover’ malware is next-gen Zeus trojan

The “Gameover” malware that the FBI warned users about earlier this month is a preview of the next version of the even-more-notorious Zeus money-stealing Trojan, a security researcher said today. “Gameover represents the latest and greatest source code package from the Zeus author,” said Don Jackson, director of Dell SecureWorks’…

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‘Gameover’ malware is next-gen Zeus trojan

The “Gameover” malware that the FBI warned users about earlier this month is a preview of the next version of the even-more-notorious Zeus money-stealing Trojan, a security researcher said today. “Gameover represents the latest and greatest source code package from the Zeus author,” said Don Jackson, director of Dell SecureWorks’…

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Next-gen firewall vs. UTM device: Which is better for Web 2.0 risks?

How does a next-gen firewall differ from a UTM device, and how does each stack up against Web 2.0 risks? <img alt="Next-gen firewall vs. UTM device: Which is better for Web 2.0 risks?, Blog, firewall., Risks, better, Nextgen, device"height="0" width="0" border="0" style="display:none" src="http://segment-pixel.invitemedia.com/pixel?code=TechBiz &partnerID=167&key=segment”/><img alt="Next-gen firewall vs. UTM device: Which…

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