Yahav Levin is a specialist in Information Security Defense. Yahav started his career at the age of 18 as a security specialist in the Israeli army and has since worked at international companies. He specializes in the field of defense, SOC, malware analysis, and more. Today, Yahav works in the Product team & Threat Intelligence lab at Cymulate.
Notoriously difficult to detect, fileless malware uses system tools and in-memory execution techniques to do its damage. With fileless malware, adversaries don't have to create or install special tools to bypass defenses, conduct reconnaissance, deliver payloads, or execute malicious activity. Overall, fileless malware attacks increased 265% in 2019. Fileless attacks have traditionally abused Windows OS tools or processes, but in December 2019, a filelesswas detected. They contain malicious.
If we summed up the 2019 threat landscape in one word, it would be "more." Targeting was more specific. More people are crossing over to the dark side. There were new tricks—and more ransomware than you can shake a stick at. Without further ado, here are the top six trends that we noted in 2019. More Specific Targeting Attackers became pickier about their targets. Some targeted specific systems, like AnteFrigus ransomware, which targeted specific users' USB drives to encrypt. Some had distinct.
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