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Tools and usage for Virus / Malware / Junkware and cleanup for Windows
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Getting back to Cancun! Welcome to #TheSAS2018! Follow @KasperskySAS and learn more at https://sas.kaspersky.com #KasperskyLab #cybersecurity #ITsecurity
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How Kaspersky Internet Security blocks crypto ransomware
In this short demo we show what happens if a computer is not protected and attacked by an encrypting ransomare. This type of malware encrypts important files on your computer and demands to pay ransom to decrypt them. Second part of the video: same simulation with Kaspersky Internet Security Multi-Device installed. It blocks the malware and protects your data. More information: http://blog.kaspersky.com/tag/ransomware/ Try Kaspersky Internet Security: http://www.kaspersky.com/multi-device-security
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DDoS Bot Landscape 2011
Arbor Networks researcher Jose Nazario talks about new DDoS bot families, most previously unidentified. Nazario provides a tour of recently discovered DDoS bots from around the world showing the proliferation of attack models, adoption of .Net, and new modular functionalities.
Views: 6396 Kaspersky Lab
Demo: Cybereason RansomFree blocks ransomware from encrypting files
This demo shows how Cybereason free ransomware blocking software, RansomFree, detects and blocks Jigsaw ransomware
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Sometimes, MS-DOS can be a real bitch
It's not entirely DOS's fault, but this is ridiculous. No audio necessary here.
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Counterfeiting the Pipes with FakeNet 2.0 (Part 2/2)
By Michael Sikorski and Andrew Honig "Successful dynamic analysis of malware is dependent on your ability to ""Fake the Network."" Tricking malware into thinking it is connected to the Internet allows you to efficiently capture network signatures. FakeNet is a free and easy-to-use network simulation tool designed for Windows. In this workshop, we will publically release FakeNet 2.0 and teach you how it operates. Attendees will learn the following practical skills: - Use FakeNet to mimic common protocols like HTTP, SSL, and DNS - Quickly reconfigure FakeNet to have success defeating malware - How FakeNet uses Windows Internals - Use process tracking, which allows you to quickly identify the process responsible for the malicious network activity - How FakeNet automatically logs network traffic to PCAP without the need for additional tools Bring your Windows malware analysis Virtual Machine or we'll provide one for you. The hands-on section of this workshop forces you to analyze real world malware samples to tease out network-based malware signatures. These challenges start at a basic level and progress until you dive into how to extend FakeNet by writing a Python Extension for a custom malware protocol."
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Fake Ass Beats (tours)
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SentinelOne webinar ransomware is everywhere
Hosted in conjunction with leading endpoint-protection vendor SentinelOne, listeners of this webinar gained the rare opportunity to witness a live ransomware attack and learn how to effectively detect and stop it dead in its tracks. Watch the full webinar recording here.
Views: 2547 Prodec Networks
Easiest Way To Get Rid Of  A Virus On Your Computer
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The Great Bank Robbery: Carbanak cybergang steals $1bn from 100 financial institutions worldwide
Kaspersky Lab, INTERPOL, Europol and authorities from different countries have combined efforts to uncover the criminal plot behind an unprecedented cyberrobbery. Up to one billion American dollars was stolen in about two years from financial institutions worldwide. The experts report that responsibility for the robbery rests with a multinational gang of cybercriminals from Russia, Ukraine and other parts of Europe, as well as from China. Read more: https://securelist.com/blog/research/68732/the-great-bank-robbery-the-carbanak-apt/ Learn more about True Cybersecurity for Financial Services https://kas.pr/w8tx Join the conversation on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/kaspersky #Carbanak Check also #TheSAS2015 Find more info at http://sas.kaspersky.com. Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kaspersky Follow us on Google+: https://www.google.com/+KasperskyLab #KasperskyLab #cybersecurity #ITsecurity
Views: 50133 Kaspersky Lab
The Lifecycle of a Revolution (Keynote)
by Jennifer Granick In the early days of the public internet, we believed that we were helping build something totally new, a world that would leave behind the shackles of age, of race, of gender, of class, even of law. Twenty years on, "cyberspace" looks a lot less revolutionary than it once did. Hackers have become information security professionals. Racism and sexism have proven resiliant enough to thrive in the digital world. Big companies are getting even bigger, and the decisions corporationsnot just governmentsmake about security, privacy, and free speech affect hundreds of thousands, or millions, of people. The Four Horsemen of the Infocalypseterrorists, pedophiles, drug dealers, and money launderersare driving online policy as governments around the world are getting more deeply involved in the business of regulating the network. Meanwhile, the Next Billion Internet Users are going to connect from Asia and developing countries without a Bill of Rights. Centralization, Regulation, and Globalization are the key words, and over the next twenty years, we'll see these forces change digital networks and information security as we know it today. So where does that leave security, openness, innovation, and freedom? The Digital Millennium Copyright Act is being used to weld the hood of cars shut to keep engine software safe from mechanics. Will we still have the Freedom to Tinker even in the oldest of technologies? What does it mean that the U.S. is a big player in the zero-day market even as international agreements seek to regulate exploit code and surveillance tools? Will we see liability for insecure software and what does that mean for open source? With advances in artificial intelligence that will decide who gets run over, who gets a loan, who gets a job, how far off can legal liability regimes for robots, drones, and even algorythms be? Is the global Internet headed for history's dustbin, and what does a balkanized network mean for security, for civil rights? In this talk, Granick will look forward at the forces that are shaping and will determine the next 20 years in the lifecycle of the revolutionary communications technology that we've had such high hopes for.
Views: 35823 Black Hat
Kaspersky Anti Ransomware Tool for Business - Quick Test
Just a quick test of this new program by Kaspersky.
Views: 8558 AV-GURUS
Remove PacMan Ransomware - Easy Method To Remove PacMan Ransomware
Visit http://www.cleanpcguide.com/download and follow the instructions on the page to download and remove the virus. PacMan Ransomware infection is promoted through hacked sites that use exploits to install this program onto your computer without your permission. Once installed is it will display false error messages and security warnings on the infected computer. Once PacMan Ransomware is started it will do a fake scan on your computer that will state that there are numerous infections or problems present. It will then prompt you to remove these so-called infections or problems, but will not allow you to do so unless you first purchase the program. Please understand, that PacMan Ransomware is scripted to show you these fake scan results regardless of the computer you are on and how clean it is. Therefore, do not be concerned by any of the scan results as they are only being shown to scare you into thinking that you have a serious computer problem. PacMan Ransomware will also configure Windows to use a Proxy Server. This Proxy Server will intercept all Internet requests and instead of displaying your requested web pages, will show fake security alerts stating the web site you are visiting is malicious. More Tags: Remove PacMan Ransomware PacMan Ransomware removal PacMan Ransomware How to remove PacMan Ransomware How to get rid of PacMan Ransomware Delete PacMan Ransomware Uninstall PacMan Ransomware how to delete PacMan Ransomware how to get rid of PacMan Ransomware how to uninstall PacMan Ransomware PacMan Ransomware Virus PacMan Ransomware Trojan Fake PacMan Ransomware Virus PacMan Ransomware Removal Tool Detect PacMan Ransomware Automatic PacMan Ransomware Removal PacMan Ransomware Infection PacMan Ransomware Scam
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The FixMeStick computer virus removal device and Don Baine The Gadget Professor
Don Baine is The Gadget Professor, and the man has something no other male tech media personality has: charm. Charm, that tantalizing quality that simultaneously demands detachment and engagement. Check Don Baine and tell me this guy is not the Cary Grant of tech talk podcasts.
Views: 10645 FixMeStick
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Pro Lifetime - Product Tour
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How to remove virus, pop ups, malware  2015
How to remove Virus, Pop ups, Malware 2015 India Wild Films is about India, NRI Indian, Village life, Street food, Strange Documentary and Immigration advice. India wild films provide comedy videos from India, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan, UAE, Saudi Arabia in English, Hindi, हिन्दी, Gujarati, Punjabi, French. I have travelled over 21 countries and speak 5 languages. I am also planning to share some immigration experience. I have participated in many local cultural events. India Wild Films gives you an opportunity to explore different part of the world in unique real way. Even after moving out of India 20 years ago, my heart and soul is Indian. Check out my website to discover real India http://www.Indiawildfilms.com ➳ MY SOCIAL MEDIAS ➳ ★ PINTEREST: https://goo.gl/KzLc8p ★YOU TUBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/IndiaWildFilms ★ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/indiawildfilms ★GOOGLE PLUS: https://goo.gl/B3UG1b ★INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/indiawildfilm/ ★TUMBLR: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/veganfly ★STUMBLEUPON: https://goo.gl/tOA70G ★FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/indiawildfilms ➳ Please visit my playlist ➳ ★ Indian Village LIfe : https://goo.gl/8LhdDl ★ Hindu Festivals : https://goo.gl/B4QIBt ★ Muslim Festivals :https://goo.gl/vLXMkQ ★ Indian Recipes : https://goo.gl/DRaVrG ★ Funny Videos: https://goo.gl/RQLw9y ★ Health and Fitness : https://goo.gl/J6yOlG ★ My Life : https://goo.gl/7LZbkP ★ Canada Travel Videos : https://goo.gl/YuTcYk ★ USA Travel Videos : https://goo.gl/3389CS If you happen to like this video and or helped you in anyway, please help me get this video out there by "sharing" and "thumbs up" this video to help others :) and if you haven't subscribed to my channel yet please do, I have more videos coming up. For more questions and inquiries please don't hesitate to comment/contact me below the video. Please Comment, share and subscribe my Channel at https://goo.gl/hKnZXi -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Cheap Place to Stay in USA and Canada in Hindi" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcspANZLVxA -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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ITbrain - Anti-Malware Features
Learn how ITbrain delivers a simple and safe anti-malware solution, that you can deploy and maintain through your TeamViewer infrastructure.
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Laboratorio, así opera el Ransomware
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Dynamic Malware Analysis D3P07 Self Destruction
Get the class materials to follow along at http://www.opensecuritytraining.info/MalwareDynamicAnalysis.html Follow us on Twitter for class news @OpenSecTraining. The playlist for this class is at: http://bit.ly/YkYmMO This introductory malware dynamic analysis class by Veronica Kovah is dedicated to people who are starting to work on malware analysis or who want to know what kinds of artifacts left by malware can be detected via various tools. The class will be a hands-on class where students can use various tools to look for how malware is: Persisting, Communicating, and Hiding We will achieve the items above by first learning the individual techniques sandboxes utilize. We will show how to capture and record registry, file, network, mutex, API, installation, hooking and other activity undertaken by the malware. We will create fake network responses to deceive malware so that it shows more behavior. We will also talk about how using MITRE's Malware Attribute Enumeration & Characterization (MAEC - pronounced "Mike") standard can help normalize the data obtained manually or from sandboxes, and improve junior malware analysts' reports. The class will additionally discuss how to take malware attributes and turn them into useful detection signatures such as Snort network IDS rules, or YARA signatures. Dynamic analysis should always be an analyst's first approach to discovering malware functionality. But this class will show the instances where dynamic analysis cannot achieve complete analysis, due to malware tricks for instance. So in this class you will learn when you will need to use static analysis, as offered in follow the follow on Introduction to Reverse Engineering and Reverse Engineering Malware classes. During the course students will complete many hands on exercises. Course Objectives: * Understand how to set up a protected dynamic malware analysis environment * Get hands on experience with various malware behavior monitoring tools * Learn the set of malware artifacts an analyst should gather from an analysis * Learn how to trick malware into exhibiting behaviors that only occur under special conditions * Create actionable detection signatures from malware indicators This class is recommended for a later class on malware static analysis. This is so that students understand both techniques, and utilize the technique which gives the quickest answer to a given question.
MegaBots Life Size Fighting Robot Behind the Scenes Special Preview
I was invited to Fortress 1 (MegaBots Headquarters) to view the new MegaBots Mk.3 Giant Fighting Robot standing 16ft tall and weighing over 14 tons. We get to see how the robot is built and how it will stack up against the Japanese Kuratas Robot that is scheduled to fight it in August of 2017. This is real life Mech Warrior folks, this is going to change the face of stadium entertainment forever! ▼ Links to MegaBots information & media so you can stay up to date ▼ Website - http://MegaBots.com Twitter - https://twitter.com/megabotsinc Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/megabotsinc/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/megabotsinc YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/megabotsinc ▼ Check out the Markforge Carbon Fiber/Kevlar 3D Printer ▼ http://amzn.to/2s3G7OA ▼ Join me for my Morning Coffee Live Stream Monday - Friday ▼ http://Twitch.TV/Barnacules ^- Click the link and follow the channel to get notified when I go live! ▼ Join me on Discord for live text & voice chat throughout the day ▼ http://discord.gg/barnacules ▼ Get behind the scenes updates on all my social networks daily ▼ Twitter - http://twitter.com/barnacules Instagram - http://instagram.com/barnacules Facebook - http://facebook.com/barnaculesnerdgasm Discord - http://discord.gg/barnacules ▼ Links to Equipment & Software I use to produce my videos & live stream ▼ Sony FDR-AX53 4k Camera - http://amzn.to/2hkJBo9 Sony FDR-AX33 4k Camera - http://amzn.to/2hc6L1R Sony NP-FV100 Extended Battery - http://amzn.to/2hhZYV0 Manfrotto Professional Fluid Video Tripod - http://amzn.to/2grdC8s Manfrotto Ballhead (Existing Tripod) - http://amzn.to/2gyCfyv Joby Gorilla Pod Focus - http://amzn.to/2hkJ6dF Joby Gorilla Pod Standard - http://amzn.to/2gNOCo4 Joby Gorilla Pod Ballhead - http://amzn.to/2hi0jXL Sennheiser MKE-440 Microphone - http://amzn.to/2hhEIfc Zoom H6N Audio Recorder - http://amzn.to/2gyCn10 Zoom H4N Audio Recorder - http://amzn.to/2hkNSbc Audio-Technica ATR3350 Lavaliere Microphone - http://amzn.to/2gyClGl Large Aputure Light Storm LED Light Panel - http://amzn.to/2gNPdWQ Smaller Aputure LED Light Panel - http://amzn.to/2gNNKjj ePhotoInc 500 LED Light Panels (Cheaper) - http://amzn.to/2gO2kY3 Compact CFL lighting kit (Budget) - http://amzn.to/2gyAOQL Adobe Creative Cloud Software - http://adobe.com Sony Vegas Editing Software - http://amzn.to/2hi1tCk ▼Come follow me on social media for behind the scenes stuff 24/7▼ Twitter - http://twitter.com/barnacules (*My most active network) Instagram - http://instagram.com/barnacules Facebook - http://facebook.barnnerd.com Blog - http://blog.barnnerd.com ▼ Discount on GT Omega Racing Office Chair ▼ GT Omega Chairs @ http://bit.ly/1lA4h4K -or- Use code 'NERDGASM' at checkout! ▼ Join My [email protected] Team And Let's Find A Cancer Cure ▼ Barnacules Nerdgasm Team # 231300 Download Client @ http://folding.stanford.edu/ ** Top 10 contributors shown on Twitter weekly ▼ You can tip me directly via PayPal if you think I did a good job ▼ http://bit.ly/helpbarnacules ▼ Want to be my boss and help steer the direction of my channel ▼ http://patreon.com/barnacules ▼ Special Thanks ▼ - Gui & Matt - Thank you for allowing us to tour your facility and make this video - Kelsey - Thanks for getting me an 'in' with MegaBots - Xaqaria (aka. Jason) - Thanks for being my camera man, sorry my stabilizer was turned off on the camera making you look jittery, totally my bad! Couldn't have done it without you. - Matter Hackers & Ultimaker - Thank you for sponsoring my trip to Bay Area Maker Fair so I could take a detour and review this amazing giant fighting mech ▼ Questions & Answers ▼ Q) Why at 7:45 does it say [Click Analyze to Begin]? A) Because Adobe Premiere has given me a lot of problems lately and apparently the warp stabilizer filter prints it's diagnostic data to the screen when rendering the final product sometimes, not good Adobe. Didn't have enough time to re-render unfortunately. Q) What's with the warp stabilizer errors? A) Adobe Premiere has been giving me a lot of trouble lately and for some reason it worked fine in the preview but when rendered these showed up. I didn't have time to render again unfortunately so now they are conversation pieces :D 💥 See my Amazon Store for all the products I use & review 💥 https://www.amazon.com/shop/barnacules1 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Barnacules Family Attends Linus Tech Tips Expo 2018 - LTX2018" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DqJCZIe2-8 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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FixMeStick Launches First Ever Consumer-Ready USB Device for Removing Computer Viruses
The FixMeStick is a Linux-based device that runs before Windows boots, enabling it to clean the PC while malware is inactive.
Views: 1297 Brent Barrett
Game Over For GameOverZeus?
GameOverZeus is the most sophisticated and damaging botnet law enforcement has ever encountered. Losses from the GameOverZeus are estimated at more than $100 million. Earlier in 2014, the world's top agencies that fight organized crime obtained court approval to take control of the bot's servers. Find out how you can join the fight for digital freedom and kill GameOverZeus dead. Check your PC at http://campaigns.f-secure.com/en_global/zeus/ols/
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Sophos Home: Free Enterprise style Anti-virus.
I test out Sophos' Free Home Anti Virus product.
Views: 2111 Peter C
Locknote: Conclusions and Key Takeaways from Black Hat Europe 2015
by Jeff Moss & Marion Marschalek & Haroon Meer & Jennifer Savage At the close of this year's conference, join Black Hat Founder Jeff Moss and members of the esteemed Black Hat Review Board for an insightful conversation on the most pressing issues facing the InfoSec community. This Locknote will feature a candid discussion on the key takeaways coming out of Black Hat Europe and how these trends will impact future InfoSec strategies.
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Bitdefender Review of the Total Security 2017 suite running on Windows 10.
Let's review features in Bitdefender Total Security 2017. Visit me at https://neilbrownreviews.com for deals and more info. This is part one covering the antivirus and optimisation functions. A second video will cover Bitdefender Parental Control options. However, I recommend McAfee Internet Security to protect your Windows 10 system. Deals and more information at https://neilbrownreviews.com If this helped you make sure you hit that like button, and Subscribe if you are new to my channel and want to see more! See a howto installation of McAfee antivirus as the best adware removal tool that also gives full antivirus protection on top of adware removal. Ransomeware like WannaCry and Petya is also protected against. ###################### Visit me at https://neilbrownreviews.com Extra adware removal info at https://adwareremovaltools.net ############################################### McAfee Kaspersky Kremlin russian adware removal tools malware hackers NSA antivirus WannaCry ransomeware Petya Norton total protection neilbrownreviews security windows 10 parental control bitdefender AVG
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Morning Coffee with Barnacules Recorded Twitch Live Stream (5/11/17)
This is the recorded Morning Coffee with Barnacules live stream from 5/11/2017 on Twitch. You can catch the live show every day at 8:30am Pacific (PDT) time on http://Twitch.TV/Barnacules and join into all the fun. ▼ Streaming Schedule ▼ Mon - Fri (When I'm home & Available) 8:30am Pacific -to- 10:00am http://twitch.tv/barnacules ▼ Please consider joining my Patreon and become my new boss ▼ http://patreon.com/barnacules ▼ You can donate directly and send me a message to help out ▼ http://bit.ly/helpbarnacules ▼ Links to Equipment & Software I use to produce these videos ▼ Sony FDR-AX53 4k Camera - http://amzn.to/2hkJBo9 Sony FDR-AX33 4k Camera - http://amzn.to/2hc6L1R Sony NP-FV100 Extended Battery - http://amzn.to/2hhZYV0 Manfrotto Professional Fluid Video Tripod - http://amzn.to/2grdC8s Manfrotto Ballhead (Existing Tripod) - http://amzn.to/2gyCfyv Joby Gorilla Pod Focus - http://amzn.to/2hkJ6dF Joby Gorilla Pod Standard - http://amzn.to/2gNOCo4 Joby Gorilla Pod Ballhead - http://amzn.to/2hi0jXL Sennheiser MKE-440 Microphone - http://amzn.to/2hhEIfc Zoom H6N Audio Recorder - http://amzn.to/2gyCn10 Zoom H4N Audio Recorder - http://amzn.to/2hkNSbc Audio-Technica ATR3350 Lavaliere Microphone - http://amzn.to/2gyClGl Large Aputure Light Storm LED Light Panel - http://amzn.to/2gNPdWQ Smaller Aputure LED Light Panel - http://amzn.to/2gNNKjj ePhotoInc 500 LED Light Panels (Cheaper) - http://amzn.to/2gO2kY3 Compact CFL lighting kit (Budget) - http://amzn.to/2gyAOQL Adobe Creative Cloud Software - http://adobe.com Sony Vegas Editing Software - http://amzn.to/2hi1tCk ▼Come follow me on social media for behind the scenes stuff 24/7▼ Twitter - http://twitter.com/barnacules (*My most active network) Instagram - http://instagram.com/barnacules Facebook - http://facebook.barnnerd.com Blog - http://blog.barnnerd.com ▼ Discount on GT Omega Racing Office Chair ▼ GT Omega Chairs @ http://bit.ly/1lA4h4K -or- Use code 'NERDGASM' at checkout! ▼ Join My [email protected] Team And Let's Find A Cancer Cure ▼ Barnacules Nerdgasm Team # 231300 Download Client @ http://folding.stanford.edu/ ** Top 10 contributors shown on Twitter weekly 💥 See my Amazon Store for all the products I use & review 💥 https://www.amazon.com/shop/barnacules1 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Barnacules Family Attends Linus Tech Tips Expo 2018 - LTX2018" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DqJCZIe2-8 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 18091 Barnacules Nerdgasm
A 360 view of #TheSAS2018
Not able to attend #TheSAS2018? No worries our 360 view inside the conference. At the conference? See if you can find yourself. #KasperskyLab #cybersecurity #ITsecurity
Views: 601 Kaspersky Lab
DEF CON 22 - Josh Datko and Teddy Reed - NSA Playset: DIY WAGONBED Hardware Implant over I2C
Slides Here: https://defcon.org/images/defcon-22/dc-22-presentations/Datko-Reed/DEFCON-22-Josh-Datko-Teddy-Reed-NSA-Playset-DIY-Hardware-Implant-over-l2c-UPDATED.pdf NSA Playset: DIY WAGONBED Hardware Implant over I2C Josh Datko FOUNDER, CRYPTOTRONIX, LLC Teddy Reed SECURITY ENGINEER In this talk we present an open source hardware version of the NSA's hardware trojan codenamed WAGONBED. From the leaked NSA ANT catalog, WAGONBED is described as a malicious hardware device that is connected to a server's I2C bus. Other exploits, like IRONCHEF, install a software exploit that exfiltrate data to the WAGONBED device. Once implanted, the WAGONBED device is connected to a GSM module to produce the NSA's dubbed CROSSBEAM attack. We present CHUCKWAGON, an open source hardware device that attaches to the I2C bus. With the CHUCKWAGON adapter, we show how to attach an embedded device, like a BeagleBone, to create your own hardware implant. We show how to add a GSM module to CHUCKWAGON to provide the hardware for the CROSSBEAM exploit. We improve the WAGONBED implant concept by using a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) to protect data collection from the target. The talk will demonstrate how these features can be used for good, and evil! Josh Datko is the founder of Cryptotronix, an open source hardware company that designs and manufactures security devices for makers. After graduating from the U.S. Naval Academy, Josh served on a submarine where he was the radio communication officer and manager of the key management program. While an embedded software engineer for a defense contractor, he was recalled back to active duty for a brief tour in Afghanistan. In June, he completed his Master's of Computer Science from Drexel University with a focus on systems, security, and privacy. He founded Cryptotronix in 2013. Twitter: jbdatko Teddy Reed is a security engineer obsessed with network analysis and developing infrastructure security protections. He has held several R&D positions within US laboratories with focuses on enterprise security defense, system assessments, and system and hardware emulation.
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Ransomware protection @ GTPL NEWS INTERVIEW by MAYUR Bhusavalkar
#ATTACK 😳😭 🤑the article on *Ransomware* =========== 🤑Defination Ransomware is a sophisticated piece of malware that blocks the victim's access to files, 🤑types of Ransomware 1)locker Ransomware 2)encrypting Ransomware 3)Mbr(master boot record) 🤑Ransomware decryption tools: Unlock your data free 1)Damage Ransomware decryption tool 2)coinvault decryption tool 3)xorbat decryption tools 🤑 Ransomware targeted : 1)credit card information 2)password 3)work related email 4)protected and hidden documents 5)emails contact list 6)browning habbits 7)bank information 8)any browser 🤑how do we identify this Ransomware : To identify Ransomware I suggest you tools That names are 1)id Ransomware 2)crypto sheriff 🤑important tips: "Browser security is an important part in keeping your information safe, " 🤑15 item to check if you want to keep your system safe from Ransomware : 1)don't store important data only on my computer or my pc 2)always backup ur data on external hard drive or on Google drive 3)if you are storing your data on dropbox or similar apps then that account are not turned on by default 4)os and Software Must be updated 5)don't use administrative account instead of that use guest account 6)macro features must be in disable form. 7)please remove unused plugins like silverlight 8)adjust browser 'S security and privacy settings for increasing protection 9)always use licence software for your main task 10)use blocker for the malicious ads. 11)never open spam mail 12)never download attachments from spam mail 13)never click on suspicious mails 14)use reliable paid antivirus software and update it daily 15)always use traffic filtering solution that can provide proactive anti Ransomware protection. 🤑if you found any Ransomware attack on your PC then immediately complain to #cyber crime department. 😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎😎 Mayur Bhusavalkar Cyber law expert
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How to detect infection of a file and get the DNS
apateDNS: https://www.mandiant.com/resources/download/research-tool-mandiant-apatedns Sandboxie: http://www.sandboxie.com ================================================ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Neos07 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/Neos07 Google+: https://plus.google.com/+SiMohamedBoukhlouf Website: http://neos07.blogspot.com
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NASCAR team turns to Malwarebytes after ransomware scare
Watch as the Circle Sport-Leavine Family Racing team talks about trying to beat the clock against a TeslaCrypt ransomware attack. With two million dollars of critical racing data on the line, they decide Malwarebytes Anti-Malware products are their best protection against future ransomware attacks. Read more at https://press.malwarebytes.com/2016/06/24/nascar-racing-team-partners-with-malwarebytes-following-ransomware-attack/?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=social Learn more about Malwarebytes: https://www.malwarebytes.com/business/ https://twitter.com/malwarebytes https://www.facebook.com/Malwarebytes/
Views: 8818 Malwarebytes
How to use Tools in Kaspersky Internet Security 2014
In this video, we will tell you how to use Vulnerability Scan, Kaspersky Rescue Disk, and other Tools in Kaspersky Internet Security 2014. Kaspersky Internet Security 2014 How-to Videos http://support.kaspersky.com/kis2014/ecourse
Views: 2742 Kaspersky Lab
Hunting the Hunters
How #APTs (Advanced Persistent Threats) are investigated. At Kaspersky Lab, we process hundreds of thousands of samples every day. The art of figuring out which ones are significant is a bit like finding needles in a huge haystack. We are grateful for every needle we discover, Because this makes the world a little safer. Join the conversation on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/kaspersky Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kaspersky Follow us on Google+: https://www.google.com/+KasperskyLab #KasperskyLab #cybersecurity #ITsecurity
Views: 6231 Kaspersky Lab
Catching the Angler | TechSNAP 235
Debug mode exposes sensitive data, Cisco’s Talos group exposes the Angler exploit kit & how a Microsoft exposed Conficker with an egg hunt. Plus some great feedback, a huge round up & much, much more! Show Notes & Download: http://bit.ly/tnsap235
Views: 1757 Jupiter Broadcasting
Kaspersky System Checker Overview and Tutorial
Kaspersky System Checker examines your system for any software vulnerabilities, malware, and viruses as well as providing hardware details. Here's how to use it. Download @ http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/kaspersky_system_checker.html
Views: 4856 majorgeeks
TGI Fridays: Protected by SentinelOne from the Office to the Table
SentinelOne delivers autonomous endpoint protection through a single agent that successfully prevents, detects and responds to attacks across all major vectors. Designed for extreme ease of use, the S1 platform saves customers time by applying AI to automatically eliminate threats in real time for both on premise and cloud environments and is the only solution to provide full visibility across networks directly from the endpoint. To learn more visit sentinelone.com or follow us at on LinkedIn, or on twitter @SentinelOne. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "SentinelOne versus Negozl Ransomware" hhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRU4xTC1LdQ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 33940 SentinelOne
This guide show you how to install Malwarebytes on Windows OS and how to use it to scan your computer for malware step by step. If you'd like to know more about this application, please visit: http://guides.uufix.com/how-to-install-antivirus-programs-and-use-them-to-deal-with-malware/
Views: 48 Gina Smith
Cybereason Demo: Next-Gen Antivirus
Cybereason is excited to announce the addition of Next-Generation Antivirus (NGAV) to the Cybereason Endpoint Detection and Response Platform. By combining detection and response with advanced preventative capabilities that go far beyond traditional AV, we’re defining a new market - Enterprise Attack Protection (EAP). Cybereason has always focused on delivering superior detection by providing real-time visibility of attacks across all stages, but by adding NGAV we’re able to deliver a comprehensive endpoint security solution that enables our customers to better defend their organization.
Views: 2997 Cybereason
Founder and CEO of Bitdefender, Florin Talpeș
Bitdefender’s CEO Florin Talpeș explains what makes Bitdefender one of the largest security technology companies in the world and why 500 million enterprise and home users trust Bitdefender to protect them.
Views: 5131 Bitdefender
Delete Trojan:JS/Iframe.BC - Best Ways to Remove Trojan:JS/Iframe.BC
http://www.vir.us.com/uninstall-trojanjsiframe-bc-procedure-to-remove-trojanjsiframe-bc-safely-from-your-pc Delete Trojan:JS/Iframe.BC or it will steal away all your data for cyber criminals making you a victim of identify theft. Download automatic Trojan:JS/Iframe.BC removal tool to remove this.
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Kaspersky Protection Plug-in
In this video we’ll show you how you can use the Kaspersky Protection extension to manage Kaspersky Internet Security 2017’s protection components. Learn more about Kaspersky Protection: http://support.kaspersky.com/12782 #KasperskyLab #KIS17 #cybersecurity #ITsecurity
Views: 1351 Kaspersky Lab
Every February several hundred of the world’s top IT security experts gather in a sunny beach resort, be it in the Americas, Europe, Asia, or just off the coast of Western Africa. But they don’t go for the sun, per se. Or the beach. Or the beach-bar cocktails. They go… to fight cyber-swine! At least, that’s what they attempt to tell their loved ones when they disappear for a week in Feb to this year’s chosen idyllic paradise. And this year’s idyllic paradise was the Canary Islands – chosen for, you guessed it, the Security Analyst Summit (SAS), our annual special pow-wow for IT security gurus. SAS brings together InfoSec big guns from different companies, with different specializations, from all over the globe, to basically just chew the fat, sometimes formally – mostly informally – in air-conditioned basement conference halls – and on sun loungers on the beach (oops, the secret’s out for those loved ones:) – in order to help more folks understand the where and how and why of IT threats by exchanging expert know-how and experience.
Views: 3430 Kaspersky Lab
From threats to protection technologies
Building security technologies that allow us to detect sophisticated targeted attacks is a much more complicated task then creating another extension for an anti-virus. It is not just about a new malware on a given PC or mobile device. It is about looking at the cyber landscape on a much larger scale. It involves analyzing not just the separate files but the whole data flow. Distinguishing thousands of patterns, detecting the usual ones and those that shouldn’t be there. While analyzing different attacks we’ve found many examples of truly unique approaches. And also a lot of pretty similar, yet dangerous espionage campaigns. Knowledge of this kind is collected and analyzed. It influences how we develop our technologies. This is what makes us special. We’re creating technologies powered by security intelligence. We’re capitalizing on the information about attacks that happened in the past to help protect our customers against undetected threats before they do any harm. Learn more here: https://www.kaspersky.com/enterprise-security/anti-targeted-attacks #KasperskyLab #cybersecurity #ITsecurity
Views: 3287 Kaspersky Lab
US spyware explained in 90 seconds | FT World
► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Moscow-based cyber security group Kaspersky Lab has linked the US to spying software it has uncovered in computers used in 30 countries. The FT's Hannah Kuchler explains in 90 seconds how the hacking tools work and what the US is being accused of. ► FT Business: http://bit.ly/1KUK08s ► FT World News: http://bit.ly/1Exp0iJ For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
Views: 583 Financial Times
Defending Against Malicious Application Compatibility Shims
by Sean Pierce The Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) is an important component of the Microsoft Application Compatibility ecosystem and holds a position of considerable tactical value on modern computer systems, but it is currently not well-known to those in the security industry. Microsoft specifically designed the ACT to intercept application API calls, alter the Portable Executable (PE) file loading process, and subvert the integrity of a number of key systems which ironically is the type of functionality seen in advanced rootkits. In my talk, I will demonstrate how the ACT is used to create Shim Database Files (sdb files / shims) which are simple to produce, easy to install, flexible, and stealthy. While the ACT offers an excellent post-exploitation avenue for novice attackers, a number of sophisticated actors have been observed leveraging the Application Compatibility Framework for advanced persistence and privilege escalation. I will go on to show far more advanced techniques such as in-memory patching, malware obfuscation, evasion, and system integrity subversion using malicious shims. To aid defenders, I have released a number of tools that detect and prevent shimming. I will also demonstrate the offensive capabilities of malicious shims, along with numerous examples of how defenders can employ my publicly available countermeasures. These tools can be used by enterprise wide defenders/responders, single host administrators, and application developers to better protect their environments. I will also demonstrate triage techniques that defenders can use for quick analysis via publicly available tools to determine an sdb file's general functionality.
Views: 1139 Black Hat
CylancePROTECT: How We Handle PDF Exploits
In this brief video, we show how CylancePROTECT detects and prevents execution of a malicious PDF.
Views: 2721 Cylance Inc.
We know it before you do: predicting malicious domains
This presentation by Wei Xu, Yanxin Zhang and Kyle Sanders (Palo Alto Networks) was delivered during VB2014 in Seattle, WA, USA. Malicious domains have been used in various attacks from distributing malware to hosting C&C servers and redirecting traffic. Most modern domain reputation systems are designed to detect malicious domains based on evidence (i.e. existing malicious content). One problem is that many of the malicious domains are only used for a very short period of time in order to evading blocking. In other words, many malicious domains have already served most of their purpose by the time the malicious content is detected and the domains are blocked. As a first step towards solving this problem, we propose a system to predict the domains that are most likely to be used maliciously. Our approach is based on novel research into the connections and patterns exhibited among various detected malicious domains. In summary, we made the following discoveries: 1) Connections between malicious domains that have been in use at different times: We collected and analysed the connections between the malicious domains that were used in different spam/malware campaigns. We identified several types of connections exhibited among these domains based on our PDNS data, whois data, sinkhole data and malware detection data. We used these connections to derive other domains that have not been detected as malicious, and track the inferred domains. 2) Re-use of previous malicious domains: We discovered multiple cases in which previously detected malicious domains are re-used by attackers. We studied the characteristics of these re-used domains. Moreover, we analysed the rationale behind the re-use. Based on our analysis, we derived several patterns and applied the patterns to finding more domains that are likely to be re-used. 3) Temporal patterns of DNS queries of malicious domains: We discovered several patterns in the DNS queries of a domain before the domain was detected as malicious. For different types of malicious domains (i.e. registered by attackers, having malicious content inserted), the patterns indicate different activities related to preparing the domains for malicious purposes. We were able to use these patterns to identify likely malicious domains in our PDNS data feed. To the best of our knowledge, most of these patterns and discoveries are presented for the first time. To evaluate the effectiveness of this work, we released DNS signatures on the predicted domains and we also tracked the detection of predicted domains on VirusTotal. The results suggest that over 83% of the predicted domains were detected on VirusTotal and were blocked by our firewall.
Views: 907 Virus Bulletin
Vincent Moscatello - Destover: Inside the Malware at Sony Entertainment
Note: Apologies to viewers, we didn't manage to capture the entirety of this video. http://bsidesorlando.org/2015/vincent-moscatello-destover-inside-the-malware-at-sony-entertainment. Day 2 Track 2 Abstract Get ready to explore the exciting world of malware reverse engineering as we take a look at the destructive software used during the November attacks against Sony Entertainment. This presentation will take a look at the static analysis, dynamic analysis, and network forensics that compose a complete picture of the wiper malware that gained an unparalleled amount of media attention. We will take a close look at the methods Destover used to defeat security properties such as confidentiality, integrity, availability and the overall malware’s methods of persistence, obfuscation, and self-modification. Bio Vincent Moscatello is a junior pursuing a degree in Computer Science at the University of Florida. He currently serves as the teaching assistant for CIS 6930/4930: Malware Reverse Engineering and acts as the president of the Student Infosec Team, UF’s information security club.
Views: 208 Bsides Orlando
Kaspersky Security Center - How to assign the Update agent role to a computer
An Update agent is a PC within the Administration server network dedicated to store and distribute database updates, installation packages, group tasks and policies. It is a center for provisional storage of databases, installation packages, tasks and policies.
Views: 9546 Kaspersky Lab CZ