Latest HP Wolf Security Report Uncovers New Way for Attackers to Run Malicious Code

Includes an analysis of how HP Sure Click protects against a zero-day vulnerability in Windows.

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HP recently released the latest edition of the HP Wolf Security Threat Insights Report. The report reviews notable malware isolated by HP Wolf Security in the third quarter of 2021 so that security teams can better understand the threat landscape and defend their environments.

Highlights from this report include an analysis of how HP Sure Click‘s process isolation technology protects against a high-severity, zero-day remote code execution vulnerability in Windows (CVE-2021-40444), an examination of a multi-stage malware campaign masquerading as a Ugandan NGO, and how attackers are increasingly piggybacking off cloud file-sharing websites to host their malware. HP also delves into the latest malware trends, such as top exploited vulnerabilities, delivery file types, and email lures.

Download the HP Wolf Security Threat Insights Report Q3 2021 here.

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