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Whitelisting for Block Lists

Whitelisting for Block Lists

Malware Patrol’s #1 goal is to protect customers from malware and ransomware infections. These days, this can mean blocking mainstream domains. Consequently, our customers report potential false positives for sites like docs(.)google(.)com, drive(.)google(.)com,...
Infosec Articles (2/29/19 – 3/14/19)

Infosec Articles (2/29/19 – 3/14/19)

Over the last couple of weeks we’ve seen point-of-sale malware making its way to the top of the threats list, at least in terms of headlines and focus. A rather shocking discovery was a PDF flaw that dates back 20 years and allows these legally binding documents...
Reputation Jacking: Unknown Threats on Well-Known Sites

Reputation Jacking: Unknown Threats on Well-Known Sites

Threat actors place malicious content on trusted sites to gain access to user’s devices and spread malware. Instead of an outside attack, they wait for the victim to download software from a trusted source or otherwise insinuate themselves into a normal operation.

Why choose Malware Patrol over a free DNS protection service?

Why choose Malware Patrol over a free DNS protection service?

Customers and prospects have approached us recently with questions similar to this: why should we choose Malware Patrol instead of a free DNS protection service? The question is fair, especially in a market that counts with, at least, 93 different offers of free DNS,...