- Fidelis XPS
- Fidelis XPS Vector
FTA 1008- Darkseoul/Jokra - Similar to the Shamoon malware, Darkseoul/Jokra is a cyber-attack that infiltrated the South Korean broadcast and banking infrastructure and wiped out more than 35,000 systems.
FTA 1006 - DNS - There are a variety of techniques attackers can use to exploit DNS, but the presence of any of them indicates that an initial compromise has already occurred.
FTA 1005 - Reverse Tunnels - The two primary threats associated with reverse tunneling are network security policy violations and the potentially more serious threat of remote control of internal systems by a malicious outsider.
FTA 1004 - User-Agent Strings - As the use of the UA string requires no protocol malformations and as there is no formal standard for the content or format of a UA string, its use as a C&C channel is difficult to detect and thus bypasses most security devices.
FTA 1003 - SSL Challenges - Advanced, purpose driven adversaries utilized fraudulent SSL certificates to attack prominent websites, calling to question the authenticity of SSL.
FTA 1002 - IPv6 - While IPv6 poses no threat itself, without the proper controls, it is a conduit for concealed threat activity on your network.IPv6 and associated tunneling protocols employed on IPv4 networks can be used to bypass firewalls and IPS devices that are not IPv6-and IP Tunnel aware.
FTA 1001 - The RSA Hack -An examination of the three-stage RSA attack (spear phishing, Poison Ivy reverse tunnel, and compromise of the SecureID system) and a discussion of Adobe Flash patch challenges.