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Why ANY Web Browser Is Still Not Safe

Posted by Vinay Pidathala on Sep 25, 2019

Menlo Security customers are 100 percent protected against a recent zero-day exploits in Internet Explorer. The exploits CVE-2019-1367 and CVE-2019-1255 are being actively used in limited attacks.

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Tags: vulnerability, browser-based attacks, Web Security, Internet Isolation, CVE

Don’t Be a Wildebeest

Posted by Kowsik Guruswamy on Mar 29, 2018

 On the Serengeti, wildebeest have survived for millennia by using a simple strategy: safety in numbers. It’s great for the species, but each animal can only hope that another one will take one for the team.  

 

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Tags: browser-based attacks, remote browsers, cyberattacks, isolation platform, trust, "risky web", safe web

Isolating Meltdown & Spectre

Posted by Jason Steer on Jan 9, 2018

2018 has barely started and we've already got our first big major security vulnerabilities of the year, with the media generating lots of deserved attention worldwide on them. In case you missed the news, two major CPU vulnerabilities have been disclosed by Google and several other researchers: Meltdown and Spectre

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Tags: browser-based attacks, remote browsers, web-based vulnerabilities, isolation technology

Ransomware: Let’s End It

Posted by Greg Maudsley on Jun 22, 2017

The world could rid itself of ransomware overnight if we, as a society, could collectively agree to stop paying ransom. If there was a 100% certainty that they would not get paid, attackers would simply shift their attention elsewhere. But the fact of the matter is people do pay criminals to release their critical data. According to a new survey, 52% would pay up if their computer were taken hostage by ransomware. Why is this?

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Tags: ransomware, cyber theft, bitcoin, cyber threats, bitcoins, browser-based attacks

Gartner Cool Vendor Report Names Menlo Security and Describes Benefits of Browser Isolation

Posted by Peter Lunk on Jun 16, 2017

If you find it challenging to prioritize which security innovations to implement this year, this latest Gartner report can help. It names Menlo Security as a 2017 Cool Vendor for Security for Mid-Size Enterprise, and explains how any resource-constrained IT team can use browser isolation to reduce exposure to malware and phishing attacks.

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Tags: cybersecurity, isolation, browser, gartner, anti-phishing, spear-phishing, remote browsing, browser-based attacks, cyber attacks, email threats

Detecting the Undetectable - The Punycode Homograph Attack

Posted by Jason Steer on Apr 25, 2017

Another week, another web security story where organisations need to consider how to defend against another phishing attack. 

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Tags: cybersecurity, isolation, anti-phishing, phishing prevention, state of the web, remote browsing, browser-based attacks, cyber attacks, punycode

Isolate the Unstoppable - Spear-Phish

Posted by Jason Steer on Mar 31, 2017
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Tags: isolation, risk, credential theft, anti-phishing, spear-phishing, phishers, patient zero, spammers, anti-spam, browser-based attacks

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