Marina Kidron

Marina Kidron

About Marina Kidron

Marina Kidron manages the Skybox Research Lab, a dedicated team of vulnerability researchers who aggregate and analyze vulnerability data from more than 20 public and private vulnerability data sources. Kidron has more than 10 years of experience in business and statistical data analysis, data modeling and algorithms development for information technology, mobile and internet companies and financial services companies. Kidron earned a Masters degree in Political marketing, and a Bachelor degree in Computer Science and Mathematics.
21 09, 2017

Microsoft Fixes .NET Zero–Day Exploited to Install Espionage Spyware

By | September 21st, 2017|Cybercrime, Patch Tuesday, Vulnerability & Threat Management|Comments Off on Microsoft Fixes .NET Zero–Day Exploited to Install Espionage Spyware on Microsoft Fixes .NET Zero–Day Exploited to Install Espionage Spyware

The .Net flaw is one of more than 80 vulnerabilities Microsoft fixed during September’s Patch Tuesday.
13 09, 2017

BlueBorne Threatens 5.3 Billion Devices

By | September 13th, 2017|Vulnerability & Threat Management|Comments Off on BlueBorne Threatens 5.3 Billion Devices on BlueBorne Threatens 5.3 Billion Devices

Eight zero–day vulnerabilities have been announced affecting Android, iOS, Windows and Linux devices
4 08, 2017

CVEs Abound, But Not Enough to Secure the Enterprise

By | August 4th, 2017|Vulnerability & Threat Management|Comments Off on CVEs Abound, But Not Enough to Secure the Enterprise on CVEs Abound, But Not Enough to Secure the Enterprise

While MITRE improves catalog methods, it still falls short to improve vulnerability management programs and prioritization to tackle today’s threats.
28 06, 2017

Petya NotPetya? Ransomware NotRansomware?

By | June 28th, 2017|Cybercrime|Comments Off on Petya NotPetya? Ransomware NotRansomware? on Petya NotPetya? Ransomware NotRansomware?

A day after the Petya attack outbreak, we’re left with a plenty of questions and a bit more insight.
27 06, 2017

Petya Ransomware Attack: What We Know So Far

By | June 27th, 2017|Cybercrime|Comments Off on Petya Ransomware Attack: What We Know So Far on Petya Ransomware Attack: What We Know So Far

Petya (or NotPetya) spread quickly across Europe and the US, affecting business, government agencies and critical infrastructure
14 06, 2017

Beware ErraticGopher

By | June 14th, 2017|Patch Tuesday|Comments Off on Beware ErraticGopher on Beware ErraticGopher

Another Microsoft Patch Tuesday party yesterday, fixing lots of vulnerabilities that have been exploited in the wild — with some really stellar exploit names
9 05, 2017

Windows “Crazy–Bad” Zero–Day

By | May 9th, 2017|Vulnerability & Threat Management|Comments Off on Windows “Crazy–Bad” Zero–Day on Windows “Crazy–Bad” Zero–Day

A zero–day RCE vulnerability affecting many Windows OS products has been referred to as “the worst Windows remote code exec in recent memory.”