Cyber Threat Update 4/8/2015

Last week our iGuard team focused on malware sites using ‘.us’ domains. It is not uncommon for legitimate sites to use .us because it conveys a sense of trust, versus domains based outside of the US. This same technique is used in emails as well. This week, ePrism...

Cyber Threat Update 4/1/2015

This week ePrism analysts stopped over 448 million pieces of spam.  We spotted an increase in malware attachments on several campaigns.  One campaign in particular came from the email office[@]aomame.com.   Aomame is not a real website and the emails were sent from...

Cyber Threat Update 3/26/2015

This weeks update focuses on two campaigns that our iGuard team spotted. One revolves around gambling websites likely due to the March Madness tournament. The other campaign involved emulating legitimate websites. Throughout the week, our analysts rated more than...

Cyber Threat Update: 3/26/2015

This week, ePrism blocked over 571,000,000 spam messages.  The largest campaign stopped by our human review team originated in Estonia and used .us top level domains.  With over 9,500,000 blocks, the campaign used adult themes and all linked back to malicious URLs...

Cyber Threat Update: 3/19/2015

This week EPIC monitors for our iGuard system analyzed the last 10,000 malware we discovered looking for trends in which top level domains are producing the most malware links.  Although .coms and .nets continue to account for over half of the malware domains found,...

March Madness Threats

March Madness will soon be here.  Productivity may take a hit as people start filling out brackets.  Over the past two weeks, we took a concentrated look the tourney searching for websites with these themes.  So far we have categorized almost 500 new websites that...