Malicious is characterized as the intent to do harm. In Cybersecurity, or IT in general, malicious is a term used to refer URLs, or websites, which are used by malicious cyber attackers (MCAs) to host viruses, exploits, malware, phishing scams, or other threats that can potentially cause hard to devices, networks and systems.
Emotet: An In-Depth Document Analysis, is zvelo’s latest threat report intended to help defenders understand Emotet’s initial infection mechanisms so they may better protect their organizations.
zvelo releases its first Cyber Threat Intelligence Malicious Trends Report for insights into current threats and exploits on the ActiveWeb.
Domain Generation Algorithms (DGAs) are a key tool for threat actors. As DGAs become more sophisticated and increasingly difficult to detect, zvelo’s Cybersecurity Team recommends heightened awareness and shares what you need to know.
While both can be harmful, dangerous, or threaten the safety of online users, there are very clear distinctions between Malicious vs Objectionable content. Understand how zvelo differentiates between them.
zvelo Cybersecurity shares examples of potentially suspicious sites and Tactics, Techniques & Procedures (TTP) MCAs use to exploit COVID-19 related domains.