Перейти к содержанию

Бывший коллега опубликовал.....

Recommended Posts


Бывший коллега опубликовал - мне показалось, что в тему. Потому делюсь


Поделиться сообщением

Ссылка на сообщение
Поделиться на другие сайты
Сергей Ильин

Для тех кому лень читать много:

Key Findings of the Report:

Targeted attacks became sophisticated and pursued a wider range of organizations, including commercial, national critical infrastructure and military targets.

Use of stolen or fraudulent digital certificates has become more common, especially as part of targeted attacks.

In several targeted attacks, malware was hidden by embedding itself in various file formats—with a few cases of multiple embedding layers. This method can evade security software that fails to scan deep enough.

Blackhole has become the most prevalent exploit kit in the second half of 2011 with a huge margin over other exploit kits. Some of the exploit kits which were active in the past are rarely used now or were practically abandoned.

Newer versions of Blackhole are being deployed first in Eastern Europe. Its authors increased its update frequency and added new exploits and tricks to evade detection, such as checking the software version on the client machine before attempting to exploit it.

Fake social media notifications are now a mainstream way for spammers to dupe users into clicking links.

Facebook continues to be a conduit for spam and malware, as many campaigns are spreading virally by enticing users to share posts that promise gift cards or other rewards.

Hacked, but otherwise legitimate, websites played a major role in distributing spam and malware by redirecting browsers to the ultimate destination.

Malicious Web content currently exploits more than 50 vulnerabilities in various software products. The most commonly exploited products are Microsoft Internet Explorer, Oracle Java, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Adobe Flash and Microsoft Office products.

The overall volume of spam continued to decline in 2011, reaching a four-year low in December 2011.

Eight spamming botnets were responsible for 90% of the spam monitored by M86 Security Labs. All of these botnets are familiar and have been established for some time.

The proportion of malicious spam rose in the second half of the year from less than 1% to 5%, including a massive spike in malicious attachments in August and September. Later in the year, the focus shifted from malicious attachments to malicious links that led to exploit kits, in particular, the Blackhole exploit kit.

Some noticeable wins by law enforcement authorities and researchers against cybercriminals, botnets and affiliate programs like fake AV and rogue online pharmacies, took place this year.

Malicious Web content hosted in China targets mostly older versions of Internet Explorer, which is popular in that country.

Almost half of the global malicious Web content is hosted in the U.S. The states hosting most malware are Florida, California, Texas and Washington.

В принципе все по делу написано. B)

Поделиться сообщением

Ссылка на сообщение
Поделиться на другие сайты

да, кстати, читал отчет чей-то (не вспомню уже) про направленные атаки, они сильно затронули именно гос. службы, правительство Австралии, вроде как, на этом фоне даже гос. структуру против кибер преступников открыло

Поделиться сообщением

Ссылка на сообщение
Поделиться на другие сайты