New Security Malware Company Introduces NetAnalyzer
An alarming 100,000 malware strains are produced on a daily basis causing governmental agencies and other businesses alike to challenge malware companies to introduce a more sophisticated detection service. These companies, including Fortune 500, are being cyber-attacked by criminals at an alarming rate in that most technological systems are unable to stay on target.
Tom Ridge, former Homeland Security Secretary is now supporting TaaSERA. TaaSERA is an IT security company that has begun marketing/ introducing innovative malware behavior detection into the financial sector of the technology world. This malware detection has been patented and is designed to identify malware attacks before they take place and will prevent a breach or a computer compromise; the malware detection will also provide “real-runtime” and will conduct a complete network analysis.
Infographics: Every-Day Websites Still Serving Up Malware Cocktails – How Does This Happen and How to Prevent/Remove Malware Infections
Are you aware that popular or every-day websites are known to serve up malware cocktails putting in motion a perpetual intoxication of malicious software? In recent studies, as highlighted in the infographics below, two out of top 25,000 domains are known to serve up nasty malware parasites. Now mind you, there is over a billion registered domains out there over the internet and a growing percentage of ever-day sites, ones that are commonly used by millions, were found to have malicious content.
No website is 100% immune to having some form of malware, unfortunately. Malware on websites ranges from threats placed on sites purposely developed by hackers to spread malware. Others, the sites that people visit on a daily basis, are sometimes hacked or compromised by cybercrooks to flood certain pages with malware. Usually these malware threats run scripts that seek out vulnerabilities or offer up fake antispyware or fake antimalware programs, which used methods to extort money from unsuspecting computer users.
The infographics below supplied by Baracuda Labs and Blue Coat, both online security resource companies, demonstrates how good websites go bad and the entry points for malware among networks to target end-users. You may also take notice to which countries have the biggest influence on malware-infected-websites, as well as the age of many known sites to be infected with malware.
Protect Yourself From Email Scams
Email has become a very important way to communicate with friends and relatives and take care of business – it’s fast, easy, and can be extremely effective. Many messages have attachments, like documents, photos, or links to Internet sites that senders may think are of interest to the recipients.
Be very careful what you are putting on your facebook.
The 10 myths of Internet Browsing Safety
Are you suffering from dilutions about safe Internet web browsing? You may believe you are taking safety precautions, but with a newly created malware infested webpage discovered every few seconds, it’s darn near impossible to stay up to date with infected sites, no matter how educated or aware you believe you are of the many risks that plague the vast World Wide Web.
To start this assessment, ask yourself a few questions.
Do you and your family practice Internet Browsing Safety? Avoid questionable sites? Use a secure browser? Have the experience to know a risky site when you see one? Post personal information that may give scammers a head start to conning you?
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, you need to read the rest of this report.