A pair of security researchers launched a new open source project last week at Black Hat USA that will make it easier for large organizations to look for persistent and hard-to-detect rootkits on a range of different PC and mobile devices, regardless of the operating system they use.
News | May 21, 2018
William Patrick Opet, Managing Director, Cybersecurity & Technology Controls, JPMorgan Chase and Mario Vuksan, CEO of ReversingLabs, present “Rebooting Threat Intelligence Sharing and Object Analysis Transparency”
ReversingLabs Sponsor at FS-ISAC Annual Summit Boca Raton, FL. Booth 34Read More
News | May 18, 2018
File Reversing and Malware Hunting: The art and science of file reputation from NotPetya to TritonRead More
News | May 17, 2018
How ReversingLabs responded to the CCleaner and NotPetya attacksRead More