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Labs Research: Using Anomalies in Crash Reports to Detect Unknown Threats

Websense Research Report Details New Targeted Campaigns and Unreported POS Systems Attack

Websense Research Report Details New Targeted Campaigns and New Attack Against POS Systems

Today, we released a research white paper detailing the use of Windows Error Reporting (WER) to detect advanced targeted campaigns in the wild, including: a campaign against a government agency; a major cellular network provider; and a previously unreported campaign targeting point-of-sale (POS)

Q&A: Windows Error Reporting Could Inadvertently Aid Cybercriminals

We recently released significant research detailing what information cybercriminals can gain with access to clear text telemetry reports fr

Up To 70% of PCs Vulnerable to Zero-Day: CVE-2013-3893

Another new vulnerability found in Microsoft Internet Explorer affects Internet Explorer versions 8 and 9 and is being used in the wild by cyber-criminals. Specific configurations of Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11 are also potentially vulnerable.

Going to TechEd? Come see our Microsoft Windows 2012 DAC integration

A recent Ponemon Institute survey of 1,000 IT managers found that 72 percent say protecting company data is more stressful than getting a divorce, managing personal debt, or being in a minor car accident.

Administrators and users beware - Fake Patch Tuesday Alert!

Websense Security Labs™ ThreatSeeker® network has noticed a low-volume threat circulating as a Microsoft update with a very low detection.  This attack ties in almost perfectly with the release of patches on the upcoming "Patch Tuesday" from Microsoft.  The attack lures the unsuspecting user int

MS Tuesday - February 2011

System administrators and security experts are focusing on Patch Tuesday every month (also known as Microsoft Black Tuesday or MS Tuesday). This time Microsoft patched many important vulnerabilities, but have they fixed all currently known zero days? Let's find out.