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360Skylar Receives Silver Certification from OPSWATPosted yesterday

360Skylar received Silver certification from the OPSWAT Certified Security Application program, which tests anti-malware products for compatibility and overall quality.

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Event Wrap-Up: FIRST Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico

The 29th annual FIRST Conference was held in San Juan, Puerto Rico during the week of June 11-16. I had a great time representing OPSWAT at the event.

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Metadefender CVEs, Hashes, Application Installers Report: June 12-19

Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) is a catalog of known security threats. View the CVEs, hashes, and installers that the Metadefender Vulnerability Engine now supports.

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How the CIA Turns Routers into Surveillance Devices

Wikileaks released information about a tool the CIA developed to spy on targets via routers. Called "Cherry Blossom," the tool infects router firmware.

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Latest Metadefender Product Releases from OPSWAT

Check here for the latest Metadefender release notes, new product features, and downloads. 

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Get Ready for Cyber Week

Cyber Week starts in 10 days in Tel Aviv, Israel, and OPSWAT will be there for the annual cyber security conference at Tel Aviv University June 25-29.

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Metadefender CVEs, Hashes, Application Installers Report: June 5-12

Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) is a catalog of known security threats. View the CVEs, hashes, and installers that the Metadefender Vulnerability Engine now supports.

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Event Wrap-Up: Infosecurity Europe 2017

We had a great time talking cyber security at Infosecurity Europe, which took place in London, England on June 6-8.

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Metadefender Now Supports Data Sanitization for XML Documents

OPSWAT Metadefender data sanitization (CDR) now supports XML document sanitization to address many of the potential threats of using XML documents.

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No Macros Needed: Zusy Malware Spreads Via Legitimate PowerPoint Feature

A new variant of Zusy spreads via PowerPoint presentations but does not use macros. Find out how data sanitization stops this document-borne malware.

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