Market for zero-day exploits
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The recent malware outbreaks have shown that the existing end-point security solutions are not robust enough to secure the… Expand Governments and other bodies stockpile a significant number of zero-day vulnerabilities for offense. But at the same time, they… Expand The addition of synchrophasors to the power grid to improve observability comes at the cost of an increased attack surface: the… Expand In the current state of global affairs, a market exists for zero-day exploits where researchers, nation states, industry… Expand Industrial Control Systems (ICS) are sensible targets for high profile attackers and advanced persistent threats, which are known… Expand Vulnerability scanners are deployed in computer networks and software to timely identify security flaws and misconfigurations… Expand | @RecordedFuture Every day about 20 new cyber vulnerabilities are released and reported, and these are related to various… Expand A frequent claim that has not been validated is that signature based network intrusion detection systems (SNIDS) cannot detect… Expand In this paper, we present AMICO, a novel system for measuring and detecting malware downloads in live web traffic. AMICO learns… Expand The escalation of web-based threats has triggered the adoption of URL blocklists and web-object scanning techniques in anti-virus… Expand