ReversingLabs Blog

February 20, 2020

Visit Us at RSA 2020

RSA is a great time to connect as security practitioners, vendors, partners, and solution providers. ReversingLabs has had a tremendous year, and we’ve got 5 great reasons you should stop by and see us in Moscone’s South Expo Hall Booth #3311.
February 18, 2020

Introducing Explainable Machine Learning

Observing the direction other security companies have taken, we at ReversingLabs felt that something big was missing: No one was focusing on the human element. We found that there wasn't a solution in the market that tried to bridge the gap between detecting malware and helping analysts understand why such detections happened in the first place.
February 14, 2020

Reminiscence of the Flashback

The Flashback malware family is among the first widespread malware on MacOS. IAt first it went undetected for a couple of months, but then got a lot of attention in the spring of 2012 because it infected over 500,000 computers.
February 7, 2020

Is Your macOS Safe from Attack - What 2019 has Shown Us

ReversingLabs constantly tracks emerging macOS threats as well as the old, persistent ones. Mac malware developers are actively becoming more clever, attempting to make it harder to detect the malicious nature of their software.
January 31, 2020

RATs in the Library

Public hosting sites present a challenge for defenders when exploited by adversaries to conceal payloads using various encoding techniques
January 24, 2020

Hunting for Ransomware

Many ransomware families have changed their tactics and victim-targeting in recent years. Rather than indiscriminate attacks against anyone they’re able to infect, they have moved to a process called “big game hunting”.