AnubisNetworks Threat Intelligence services are specialized in hundreds of malware strains, including the most dangerous Ransomware. By detecting infected systems in realtime, AnubisNetworks can pinpoint the threats and help you avoiding its proliferation.
AnubisNetworks newest case study highlights the challenge of a financial institution which has realized the limitations of having only internal events monitoring on top of the security systems, on the perimeter and endpoints. Thereby, our client needed to have high-quality and actionable information that could be immediately correlated with the internal events the SOC was already collecting.
As you may recall, Ramnit was target by a law enforcement takedown back in February 2015 and we at AnubisNetworks supported it. We kept our vigilance after that operation and since then the average number of infections in a 24 hours period was around 300,000. This big number of residual infections after a takedown is normal for big botnets like those created with Ramnit - if no one cleans an infected computer, it will remain infected even if the botnet command and control is down.
GhostPush is an Android malware that was first discovered in September 2015. Once installed on a user’s device, it will display unsolicited advertising, and install unwanted applications on the user’s device. This malware is also known for rooting the user’s device and making itself very hard to uninstall.
AnubisNetworks newest case study highlights the cyber-security challenge of a company, which has an important international presence in the Energy and Utilities sector. This company possesses critical infrastructure, representing high value targets to cyber criminals, state sponsored hackers, and environmental hacktivists.