Capturing Next Generation Malwares that a Malicious User was Trying to Deploy

We have been very busy with the continuous development of ACSIA – one of the reasons why we have been very quiet on our blog for last months. Today I just have had an hour break and decided to dig into one particular incident that has been notified by ACSIA. This specific incident was not …

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Protect your digital asset: Get 50% off on ACSIA with BackBox Membership

ACSIA – BackBox Partnership BackBox is a Free Open Source Software Community which is supported and sustained by a global network of volunteers, including individuals and businesses. 4Securitas, an Irish cybersecurity software firm, is building an enterprise cybersecurity product called ACSIA and is among the business entities supporting the BackBox community, providing server infrastructure for …

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Dublin-based start-up aims to make cybersecurity affordable

Being hacked is something all companies dread, yet many do nothing to avoid it because they see cybersecurity as a complex and potentially costly problem to solve. Donal Kerr and Stefan Uygur, co-founders of cybersecurity start-up 4Securitas, recognised that the market was crying out for an easy solution and put their heads together to create …

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Innovation Jam 2018

Temenos Innovation Jam – Dublin

4Securitas ACSIA – Automated Cybersecurity Interactive Application – Stefan Uygur, CTO/CEO 4Securitas are on a mission to simplify security. Our product – ACSIA (Automated Cybersecurity Intelligent application) enables organizations to protect themselves against hacking, malware, fraud and cybercrime – intrusions, data leaks. We deliver a novel product with a unique analytical engine that analyses real …

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EDP Starter acceleration program

Great news: the #EntIrl client @4securitas has been selected as pilot project in the #EDP Starter acceleration program 2018 today at #Google Campus Madrid #HPSU https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13577855/13577855-6415128124543111169

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Ethereum cryptocurrency hacked over 20 million value.

https://thehackernews.com/2018/06/ethereum-geth-hacking.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=linkedin&m=1 As Bruce Schneier, security expert, notes “the security mindset involves thinking about how things can be made to fail. It involves thinking like an attacker, an adversary or a criminal. You don’t have to exploit the vulnerabilities you find, but if you don’t see the world that way, you’ll never notice most security problems.” …

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Investigating an attack originating from a Turkish IT services provider

Today we have another study case which alerted our curiosity. As usual our software ACSIA is constantly monitoring our server infrastructure and notifying us in real-time of any anomalous activity targeting our servers. This one is indeed another interesting case therefore let’s not wait long and start immediately looking into the case. Less talk more …

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A Malicious attacker disguised as a Malware Hunter

Within the space of a week we had yet another unusual case to investigate thanks to ACSIA (www.acsia.io) monitoring our systems regularly and notifying us in real time of anomalies and irregularities targeting our server infrastructure. Now lets walk through this particular case in a little detail. ACSIA notified the event as an XSS attack, …

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Data Collection masking as research – a journey to the source of an attack targeting our web server.

Today our security product, ACSIA (www.acsia.io) detected numerous attacks but one in particular took our attention. The attack originated from Chicago Illinois and it seemed to resolve to a legitimate company called “SecurityScorecard” – www.securityscorecard.com – a security risk rating company. Usually in the majority of attacks that we see, people launch random and mass …

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