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In reaction to the emergence of the Rubella Macro Builder toolkit, Lewis Henderson discusses how organisations can protect themselves against new forms of malware

In reaction to the emergence of the Rubella Macro Builder toolkit, Lewis Henderson discusses how organisations can protect themselves against new forms of malware

In reaction to the emergence of the Rubella Macro Builder toolkit, Lewis Henderson discusses how organisations can protect themselves against new forms of malware

A report from Flashpoint reveals that the Rubella Macro Builder toolkit has been used to create malicious macros in Microsoft Office documents sent as email attachments in massive criminal spam campaigns. The success of these toolkits relies on the continuing failure of organisations to protect themselves from email-based attacks. Instead of using state-of-the-art technology such as file-regeneration, many security practitioners turn to conventional “reactive” technologies that focus on breach detection, unaware of alternatives that proactively disarm file-based malware.

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