Advanced, Targeted Attacks: Close the Open Door on Cryptographic Key and Certificate Threats

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Cybercriminals have discovered a new attack vector: Exploiting the trust that keys and certificates establish.

By using keys and certificates, hackers are able to go about their business on your network, authenticated, and with legitimate access. They are able to successfully steal your data while remaining undetected for months—sometimes years—at a time. Stuxnet and Duqu provided the blueprint, and now attacks on keys and certificates are commonplace. Common Trojans such as Zeus and SpyEye steal these trust assets.

Download this white paper now to learn how cybercriminals are taking advantage of keys and certificates to infiltrate your network. Understand what strategies you can implement to better mitigate against trust-based (key and certificate) attacks.


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