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OPSWAT Released a New Advanced Email Security Comparison Guide

May 12, 2020
Industry experts have projected that business email compromise (BEC) attacks will cost businesses over $1.7 billion in 2019, which is over half the $3.5 billion total according to the FBI report. Besides, the overall statistics of...

Agent Tesla Spyware Targeted Business Emails

April 30, 2020 by Janos Rotzik
Critical infrastructure systems compromised through spearphishing emails. Agent Tesla has been around since 2014 and has continually been updated to adopt new stealth and persistence tactics. In a recent article on...

MetaDefender Email Gateway Security v5.0 Release

April 20, 2020 by Janos Rotzik
Product Overview OPSWAT is excited to announce the new version of MetaDefender Email Gateway Security. Our brand new release enables enterprises to gain a critical level of protection typically missing...

Growing number of Online Coronavirus Threat via Email?

April 01, 2020 by Janos Rotzik
We will help you to respond to the new threat. According to the article of statista.com, from the 1st of January, the number of threats detected is over 300 thousand which attempts to take advantage of the coronavirus crisis. The...

The State of Email Security is Failing – How Can You Protect Your Organization?

September 13, 2018 by Yiyi Miao
Today’s email security is not where it should be. Several reports show that numerous threats are still getting through email, and that current email security systems and user training are not enough to protect against these...

Can You Spot the Social Engineering Techniques in a Phishing Email?

February 07, 2018 by Yiyi Miao
Recently, I received an email that was blatantly attempting to get me to download a malicious email attachment. While this was far from being an advanced attack, the content of the email provides some examples of how criminals use social...

Stop Dangerous Ursnif Phishing Attacks with Data Sanitization

November 13, 2017 by Yiyi Miao
If you haven't heard of Ursnif, you may soon. There is a new phishing attack that takes social engineering deception to a new level, and Ursnif is behind it. This Trojan can hijack credentials via man-in-the-browser attacks, keylogging,...
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