The threat actor TA505 has started to distribute a new Windows backdoor named ServHelper by security firm Proofpoint. The company claims there are two variants, one directed at remote desktop functions and the second which is primarily a downloader for a remote access trojan known as FlawedGrace.
Security firm Proofpoint has found that banking trojans and malware that steal credentials were the most prominent digital threats - nearly 94% - in the third quarter of 2018, based on analysis of its traffic.
Just seven of the companies that are part of the ASX100 are fully compliant with DMARC, even though this is one of the more effective ways of avoiding email and domain fraud, the email security firm Proofpoint says.
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