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Published By: McAfee     Published Date: Feb 06, 2013
Learn how McAfee Deep Defender version 1.0 targets the more dangerous kernel mode rootkits.
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rootkit, deep defender, application control, change control, black listing, white listing, security compliance, trusted memory services layer
    
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Published By: Lumension     Published Date: Mar 30, 2011
Download this Lumension white paper from Web Buyer's Guide to learn the best defense against malware is intelligent whitelisting
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lumension, anti-virus software, malware, intelligent whitelisting, blacklisting, point of sale terminal, ecommerce server, atm machine
    
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Published By: Globalsign Inc.     Published Date: Apr 01, 2011
This white paper explains the epidemic threat of hackers injecting hidden malware into websites and the negative effect on the brand and traffic to the victim website when blacklisted by Google as a "harmful" website.
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globalsign, hackalert, blacklisting, malware, drive by downloads, malware distribution, hacked websites, malware injection
    
Globalsign Inc.
Published By: McAfee     Published Date: Jan 28, 2014
Modern malware defenses use layers of blacklisting and whitelisting, enhanced with real-time analysis and reputation data, to protect the endpoint computing stack.
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blacklisting, whitelisting, malware, endpoint, mcafee global threat intelligence, epolicy orchestrator, byod
    
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Published By: McAfee     Published Date: Jul 10, 2013
Modern malware defenses use layers of blacklisting and whitelisting, enhanced with real-time analysis and reputation data, to protect the endpoint computing stack.
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mcafee, blacklisting, whitelisting, malware, endpoint, mcafee global threat intelligence, epolicy orchestrator, byod
    
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Published By: Carbon Black     Published Date: Apr 20, 2020
Carbon Black’s managed alert triaging team, CB ThreatSight, recently investigated a series of ongoing PowerShell attacks leveraging several whitelisting bypasses and weaponized open source pentesting tools, including “Squiblydoo.” PowerShell execution was detected with Base64 encoded commands, communicating over the network to download and execute scripts directly from Github, spreading laterally via internal network connections, invoking cryptominers, and making international network connections via Tor exit nodes. To find out more, download this whitepaper today.
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