Proofpoint researchers track the latest trends in malware and online threats for the first quarter of the year.
Proofpoint researchers have discovered that Dridex actors are already using CVE-2017-0199, a Microsoft Word zero-day first publicly revealed this weekend and patched April 11.
Proofpoint researchers track several new high-volume Dridex campaigns - the first to hit millions of recipients since May 2016.
Proofpoint researchers examine a new piece of mobile malware that purports to be a point-of-sale management app but is actually a powerful information stealer.
Proofpoint researchers provide background on Magnitude activity and explore a newly added social engineering scheme
Proofpoint researchers track an SMS phishing campaign and gain insights into this increasingly prevalent attack vector.
Proofpoint researchers track several threats that leverage IRS and tax themes to convince victims to disclose personal information and open malicious documents and links.
In this blog we describe one of these large-scale attacks and outline best practices for mitigation with DMARC (Domain-based Authentication Reporting and Conformance), a technology that is highly effective but which must be implemented correctly to avoid unintended problems and time-consuming maintenance.
Proofpoint researchers discover a new ransomware variant with polished ransom pages and convincing lures.
Proofpoint researchers look back at the last quarter of 2016 and the full year to understand the shifting threat landscape and provide recommendations for the year to come.