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9 月 29 日火曜日から、シマンテックのお客様は、ファイルの場所を示す URL を指定するだけで、専用の Web サイトからファイルをご提出いただけるようになります。 これまで、シマンテックにファイルをお送りいただくには、該当のファイルをダウンロードしてから、送信ポータルにアップロードしなければなりませんでした。今回の新機能により、お客様がダウンロード URL ...
Blog Entry by Brandon Noble | 06 Dec 2015 | 0 comments
Starting Tuesday September 29th, our customers will be able to submit files through the submission website, by supplying a URL where the file can be found. Currently customers must download a file and then submit it to Symantec by uploading through ...
Blog Entry by Brandon Noble | 28 Sep 2015 | 2 comments
Crypto-type malware is particularly nasty to deal with because it encrypts files.  While an infected file has had code added to it which antivirus can remove, an encrypted file isn’t ...
Blog Entry by Brandon Noble | 20 Jan 2015 | 41 comments
I. BACKGROUND: In mid-2009, W32.Changeup , was first discovered on systems around the world. Over the last few years, Symantec Security Response has profiled this threat , explained why it spreads , and shown how it was created .  ...
Blog Entry by Brandon Noble | 30 Nov 2012 | 15 comments
As a Security Response Liaison, I’m often asked for links to specific information that's available on our public website. Here is a simple list of the more common pages I use for reference.   File-Based Protection (Traditional Antivirus) ...
Blog Entry by Brandon Noble | 11 Sep 2012 | 0 comments
Greetings everyone. We are still getting a lot of questions about Symantec's coverage of the most recent Java 0-Day. I thought I would take a moment to jot down a list of our current coverage for this event, and hopefully save everyone some time ...
Blog Entry by Brandon Noble | 30 Aug 2012 | 7 comments
We have been seeing a recent wave of Trojan.Shylock variants with a lot of additional functionality than the older versions we have been used to. Initially, many of these variants are detected generically as Backdoor.Trojan or Trojan Horse, but our ...
Blog Entry by Brandon Noble | 23 Aug 2012 | 0 comments
Over the weekend, Microsoft and F-secure issued warnings about a new global threat called “Morto”, and The Internet Storm Center has been seeing a large spike in traffic on Port 3389. The spike looks to have been caused by the RDP (Remote ...
Blog Entry by Brandon Noble | 01 Sep 2011 | 0 comments