Fileless Attacks Grow as Attackers Find New Ways Past System Security


Businesses face a growing risk from fileless cyberattacks, Malwarebytes researchers have warned in a new report.

Fileless malware accounted for 35 percent of all attacks in 2018 according to research carried out by the Ponemon Institute.

Malwarebytes researchers believe that there has been a shift in the way threat actors develop and deploy malware, with a rapid shift toward numerous highly dynamic attacks that are frequently modified to avoid detection by standard security products.

Fileless malware attacks often use default Windows tools to commit malicious actions or move laterally across a network to other machines. The most common Windows tools used

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