Cybercriminals are determined and informed on the latest trends and how to exploit them. Which is why we need to take the time to educate ourselves - and our friends and family – about shopping carefully so we can have a happy, and safe Holiday season.
2019 Predictions from the FortiGuard Labs team reveal methods and techniques that Fortinet researchers anticipate cybercriminals will employ in the near future, along with important strategy changes that will help defend against these oncoming attacks.
Fortinet's quarterly Global Threat Landscape Report reveals threats are increasing and evolving to become more sophisticated. Unique threat variants and families are on the rise, while botnet infections continue to infect organizations.
This Patch Tuesday, November 13, 2018, Microsoft patched six vulnerabilities discovered in Microsoft Outlook. Four of them were discovered and reported on by Fortinet researcher Yonghui Han by following Fortinet’s responsible disclosure process.
Customers need a unified view into every IoT device on the network to secure against the threats brought on by the adoption of IoT, combined with the ability to detect and act on threats.
FortiGuard Labs has been monitoring the Dharma (also named CrySiS) malware family for a few years. As we demonstrate in our blog, even though the Dharma ransomware continues to be active, the attackers are not really updating their mode of operation, but continue to rely on a proven tactic to find and infect new victims, which is to leverage badly secured RDP services to gain access to the network.
FortiGuard Labs recently detected new versions of Kraken Cryptor Ransomware. While the beta tag has been removed from its configuration, there are still numerous bugs in this ransomware, and the author is still continuously modifying its basic functions.