On Potentially Unwanted

I have been busy the past few months because of these PUAs (Potentially Unwanted Apps). Honestly I consider myself lucky because yours truly was an old-school AV veteran that survived the good ol’ spyware wars (circa 2003) so connecting the dots for this technical challenge will be considerably an easy task. As I have not […]

Repost: RSA Conference 2014: The Way Forward

A repost of my previous article on RSA Conference 2014 for the Security Intelligence Blog. RSA Conference 2014: The Way Forward by Menard Osena (Senior Product Manager) I attended the RSA 2014 Conference in San Francisco, which has held about two weeks ago. This year the conference offered new insights to today’s threat landscape, which will […]

Pinterest Email Spam

I got this interesting email spam last week… Subject: Your password on Pinterest Successfully changed! Image 1. Suspect email sample I feel something is fishy (and phishy too) with the suspect email above. I don’t use this email address for social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Linkedin or Pinterest) so it is very unlikely to […]

Repost: RSA Conference 2013: On Security Awareness, Hacking Back and Going Offensive Legally

Some re-post from my recent trip to SF for the #RSAC 2013: RSA Conference 2013: On Security Awareness, Hacking Back and Going Offensive Legally by Menard Osena (Solutions Product Manager) Two weeks ago, I attended RSA 2013 Conference in San Francisco and was impressed by the number of participating security vendors. The addition of the Human […]

Repost: How Big will the Android Malware Threat Be in 2012?

To celebrate the 1-year anniversary of my post at Malware Blog, I am reposting this article here at AVSecurityProductManager.com: How Big will the Android Malware Threat Be in 2012? by Menard Osena (Solutions Product Manager) In August 2011, we released our Snapshot of Android Threats, which stated that there was a significant increase in the number of Trojanized […]