Proofpoint security researchers share their predictions for the top threat landscape trends to watch for in 2017.
Proofpoint researchers track phishing software advertised, distributed (and backdoored) via YouTube.
Proofpoint researchers track a new ransomware variant that gathers data about victims on their Skype, Facebook, and LinkedIn accounts.
Proofpoint researchers analyze the addition of a new Flash vulnerability to a popular exploit document builder.
As November 8th gets closer, Proofpoint researchers take a last look at election-related spam and what it says about the patterns and tactics of spammers (and campaigners).
Proofpoint researchers track a personalized campaign that delivers the Kovter ad fraud Trojan.
Not surprisingly, banking Trojans continue to dominate the landscape in German-speaking financial centers in Europe, especially Germany and Switzerland.
The Storm After the Calm: Proofpoint Q3 Threat Summary Tracks Locky Ransomware, Social Threats, BEC, and More
Proofpoint researchers follow trends in email, mobile, and social threats throughout the third quarter of 2016.
Peas in a pod: Microsoft patches CVE-2016-3298, a second information disclosure zero-day used in malvertising campaigns and the Neutrino Exploit Kit
Proofpoint researchers discovered and reported another information disclosure vulnerability associated with the AdGholas malvertising campaign and the Neutrino exploit kit used to filter researchers and delay exposing infection chains.
Proofpoint researchers discover a new technique for delivering malware via document attachments that leverages the Windows Troubleshooting Platform.