Wares

(redirected from Crimeware)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Wares

An informal word for goods for sale.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
(53.) See Fortinet, supra note 16, at 1 (discussing vulnerability of crimeware syndicates).
"Crimeware is used to steal valuable business data that can be turned into money in the burgeoning cybercrime market.
If you want to learn more about online fraud and crimeware, visit a new Web site from Symantec that offers detailed explanations of well-known as well as nascent threats.
NETSCOUT's Threat Intelligence Report covers the latest trends and activities, including nation-state, advanced persistent threat (APT) groups, IoT vulnerabilities, crimeware operations, and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack campaigns.
Decision makers also say the next generation of workers have a good awareness of the Dark Web (87 per cent), underground hacking (79 per cent) and crimeware (81 per cent).
In September 2015, arrests were made against the suspected authors of Citadel and Dridex, two banking malware families that had been among the top crimeware threats.
The acquisition brings together Sentrix's dynamic Cloud-DMZ technology with Trusted Knight's unique approach to defeating crimeware. Trusted Knight said that the combination creates a modern approach to network and application security.
- Crimeware: Considered to be an essential within any basic underground market, some forums in the North American market exclusively sell hacking tools.
According to the Cisco 2015 Mid-year Security Report, operators of crimeware, like ransomware, are hiring and funding professional development teams to create new variants and tactics, which help them become more profitable while continuing to avoid detection.
The joint statement warned financial institutions described DirtJumper as "a commercial crimeware kit that can be bought and sold on criminal forums for approximately $200."
This crimeware package contains easy-to-use attack features and new capabilities such as file-less infection, virtual machine and security product evasion, and the ability to deliver a wide range of payloads including banking Trojans, rootkits, ransomware, CryptoLocker, and backdoor Trojans.
The report also includes insight into the OpenSSL "Heartbleed" vulnerability, SNMP Reflection Attacks, and Storm and Zeus crimeware.