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Business and Technology

Fortinet Recognized as Best Security Company at 2019 SC Magazine Awards

Fortinet won the Excellence Award for Best Security Company and the Trust Award for Best UTM Security Solution at the 2019 SC Awards held in San Francisco during RSAC 2019.

By FortinetMarch 11, 2019

Threat Research

Hack in the Box GSEC Wrap Up

Hack in The Box (HITB) GSEC is a security conference that was held from the 27th to the 31st of August 2018 in Singapore. This was its 4th iteration, and this year it was split into two different sub-tracks: “GSec” and “CommSec.”

By Minh TranSeptember 07, 2018

Threat Research

An Analysis of Microsoft Edge Chakra NewScObjectNoCtor Array Type Confusion (CVE-2018-0838)

CVE-2018-0838 is one of the ‘type confusion’ bugs in the Microsoft Edge Chakra Engine that was fixed by Microsoft three months ago. This bug causes memory corruption and can possibly be exploited to execute arbitrary code when a vulnerable system browses a malicious web page via Microsoft Edge.

By Dehui YinMay 18, 2018

Threat Research

A Wicked Family of Bots

As we continue to keep track of the latest IoT botnets, the FortiGuard Labs team has seen an increasing number of Mirai variants, thanks to the source code being made public two years ago. Since then, threat actors have been adding their own flavours to the original recipe.

Threat Research

Yet Another Crypto Mining Botnet?

In February 2018, several Russian nuclear scientists were arrested for allegedly mining cryptocurrencies using computing resources located at a Russian nuclear warhead facility. Globally, cryptominers are rapidly increasing and spreading for an obvious reason: it’s lucrative.

By David MaciejakMay 03, 2018

Threat Research

Troopers - Day 2

This is the first conference where I have heard so much about hacking robots! Between yesterday and today, we've had: • Robotnikoff at Troopers: robots, security, and privacy - Brittany Postnikoff • Hacking Robots Before Skynet - Lucas Apa • Breaking the Laws of Robotics: Attacking Industrial Robots - Davide Quarta

By Axelle ApvrilleMarch 16, 2018

Threat Research

GandCrab: Honor among Thieves?

GandCrab is the first ransomware to hit the spotlight this year. Known as the first ransom malware to use DASH cryptocurrency as a payment, it has hit more than 50,000 victims according to a report from Europol.

Threat Research

Troopers - Day 1

I am currently at Troopers, a well-known German hacking conference in Heidelberg. I had heard many positive reports on about this conference, especially their awesome hardware badge, and am glad I finally got to speak there. My talk was on hacking a smart toothbrush, and why it's important to secure any connected device, even those - like toothbrushes - that seem harmless. If you missed my talk, my slides will soon be online:, check the Fortiguard Research Centre. Now, let's focus on some of today's talks.

By Axelle ApvrilleMarch 14, 2018

Partners

Using Security-as-a-Service to Help Customers Combat Threats

As cyberattacks become more sophisticated, customers need more robust cybersecurity resources than they have in their toolkit. Learn how providing security services can meet these needs with real-time threat intelligence and more.

By Jeannette JarvisMarch 12, 2018

Business and Technology | Industry Trends

Threat Bars Lowered, Danger Raised: Using FortiClient to Address This New Security Dynamic

Fortinet is not standing still in the face of the rapidly changing threat environment. Recently, we added some significant new technologies to the latest iteration of FortiClient, our endpoint protection product. For example, FortiClient now includes an Anti-Exploit Engine that delivers a next-generation approach to endpoint protection. It also includes auto-patching capabilities that streamline patch management for known vulnerabilities. Automation of patching drives efficiencies while enabling organizations to address vulnerabilities faster.

By Damien LimDecember 11, 2017