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Beyond Files: Automate URL Analysis with Intezer Analyze

As part of our ongoing effort to allow you to investigate any security incident, we have made an important expansion to the...

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How to Analyze Malicious Microsoft Office Files

All the most common file types that can be used to deliver malicious code, including Microsoft Office files, are supported in Intezer...

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Malware Reverse Engineering for Beginners - Part 1: From 0x0

Malware researchers require a diverse skill set usually gained over time through experience and self-training. Reverse engineering (RE) is an integral part of...

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Teaching Capa New Tricks: Analyzing Capabilities in PE and ELF Files

When analyzing malware, one of the goals in addition to identifying what malware it is, is to understand what it does when...

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Intezer Analyze Community: Buhtrap, Divergent, Kronos, and More

In this month’s community highlights we see a range of malware types, including banking trojans, exploit kits, and nation-state sponsored threats. 1)...

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Intezer Analyze Community Halloween Edition: Trickbot or Treat!

In the spirit of Halloween we’re spotlighting three “spooky” threats detected by the Intezer Analyze community in October. And as a special...

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Intezer Analyze Community: GonnaCry, HawkEye, BXAQ and More

In July, Intezer Analyze community detections included GonnaCry ransomware, the HawkEye malware kit, and BXAQ, the spyware that Chinese authorities have been...

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Siemplify and Intezer: Incorporate Genetic Malware Analysis into your SOAR Platform (Video)

One of the most common and time-consuming cases security operations centers (SOCs) must complete daily are malware investigations. Part of the problem...

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Intezer Analyze Community: BlackSquid, RobbinHood Ransomware and More

1) BlackSquid [Link to Analysis] BlackSquid is a Monero crypto-miner which was recently discovered by researchers at Trend Micro. According to Trend...

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Chinese APTs Rising: Key Takeaways from the Intezer Analyze Community in May

1) Pirpi (APT3) [Link to Analysis] APT3, commonly referred to as Gothic Panda, TG-0110 and Buckeye, is a Chinese cyber espionage group...

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Top Five Community Uploads | April 2019

This month’s Intezer Analyze community findings include malware employed by two cyber espionage groups linked to the Russian government and an endpoint...

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Meet the Team: Shaul Holtzman

Get to know Intezer’s community manager, Shaul Holtzman. Shaul is a former cybersecurity analyst helping organizations detect and classify advanced cyber threats....

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