ReversingLabs Blog

November 17, 2022

The Week in Security: Disguised Russian software used in U.S. Army, CDC applications

This week: software security and international relations collide as one tech company falsely brands itself as a U.S. software supplier. Also: a Canadian supermarket chain has been hit with a ransomware attack. 
November 17, 2022

Introducing ReversingLabs Cloud Deep Scan, Protection for Your Cloud File Shares

ReversingLabs newest solution, Cloud Deep Scan, can help organizations quickly identify threats in their AWS file shares and storage. We break down our new service for you here.
November 16, 2022

Track this: Apple, Google hit with BIG privacy law claims

Google has lost a long standing privacy case. And now Apple faces a big ol’ privacy class action. In this week’s Secure Software Blogwatch, we navigate the minefield.
November 14, 2022

Writing detailed YARA rules for malware detection

New malware appears or evolves daily, so updating tools like YARA rules for detection is critical. Here's how my research team develops YARA rules.
November 10, 2022

The Week in Security: Former Uber CSO convicted over hack cover-up, supply chain attack targets media

This week: Former Uber CSO is convicted for his attempted cover-up of a 2016 hack of the company. Also: A software supply chain attack has pushed out malware to at least 250 media sites. 
November 9, 2022

Dropbox reveals hack: What DevOps can learn from it

Dropbox was recently hacked. So what can your DevOps team learn from it? For one, not all MFA schemes are created equal.
November 8, 2022

Forrester Security & Risk talk: Go beyond the SBOM for software supply chain security

At the Forrester Security & Risk Forum, ReversingLabs Field CISO Matt Rose presents about what information an SBOM provides — and how it can be put to good use.
November 7, 2022

SBOMs in the SaaS era: 5 reasons why you should consider a SaaSBOM

Here's why your organization should consider a SaaSBOM, as well as the essential challenges facing their implementation.