Open-Source Malware: An Evolving Landscape & Technical Analysis

Presented by

Hido Cohen, Cyber Security Researcher and Michael Gorelik, CTO

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Morphisec Threat Labs researchers have seen an uptick in attack campaigns using open-source malware. As software development open-source communities grow, so does the malware community, offering free and publicly available malicious tools. Our Threat Labs researchers have analyzed data from nearly nine million endpoints to provide an in-depth analysis of the current state of open-source malware. This webinar will cover the different open-source malware we see in the wild, how attackers use it, and ways to protect against these attacks. Our researchers also show real-world open-source malware delivery examples from APT groups (advanced persistent threat) and seasonal attackers. Watch to learn: * The current state of open-source malware and attacks * Several categories of open-source malware * Different delivery techniques for open-source malware * Real-world examples from APT groups and seasonal hackers * Advice for an effective prevention strategy
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