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Criptodivisas: su papel en el malware

Cryptocurrency and its role in malware

Posted on 04/12/2018, by José Manuel Roviralta (INCIBE)
It is increasingly common to find malware related to cryptocurrencies, either to use them as payment currency in extortions and illegal activities, cryptocurrency theft or infiltrate on systems and equipment from all areas to take advantage of the resources of the victims' equipment to undermine cryptocurrency
Information Sharing

United Against Cyberthreats: Information Sharing

Posted on 10/06/2016
The well known motto "there is strength in numbers" perfectly describes the beneficial situation that involves collaboration and knowledge sharing on cyber threats. The concept of Information Sharing bring to us the idea of ​​establishing methods to share and take full benefit of the gathered knowledge among all actors. Among these partners, CERT and security companies play a key role in defining consensus documentation and the pathway for sharing knowledge effectively.
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Beyond the Wall

Posted on 06/07/2016, by Miguel Herrero (INCIBE)
The 'wildlings' live beyond the wall. Everyone in Westeros knows that. This is why they trust in the Night's Watch, protectors of the Seven Kingdoms. In the world of cybersecurity there are also people who live beyond the wall and we know that not all of them have evil intentions. They may not obey the laws but their intentions do not seem to be to destroy everything that is established by law.
In memoria veritas

In memoria veritas

Posted on 05/12/2016, by Miguel Herrero (INCIBE)
If Pliny The Elder had lived in our times and worked in malware analysis, his proverb most likely would have looked like the title of this post. As malware evolves, the techniques used to hide it within the operating system constantly become more sophisticated. It can be hidden deep in the hard disk or hidden in plain sight in the hope that it will not be discovered, or it can be disguised....

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