Malware authors are crafting their wares to bypass scans on Windows systems altogether, using a number of tricks to avoid being put under the microscope by Microsoft's Antimalware Scan Interface, the global security firm Sophos claims.
Security vendor WatchGuard Technologies' Internet Security Report for Q4 2020 shows fileless malware attack rates grew by nearly 900% while unique ransomware payloads plummeted by 48%.
Global security vendor Sophos claims to have developed a means of blocking malicious software, that is evading detection by loading fileless executables into temporary memory, from running.
Australia continues to be a malware target, with 9.2 million malware detections in the first half of 2019 - with malicious URLs also proving a popular form of attack, as the number of times a malicious URL was accessed reached 8.9 million, according to a new global security report.
Changes in the threat landscape mean organisations should take a fresh look at their endpoint security measures, Trend Micro global vice-president of market strategy Eric Skinner has told iTWire.
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