Malware

Ur & Penn Refuses to give Malware the Time of Day

Provided by Malwarebytes

Category Malware

Type Case Study

Length 4

Publish Date March 20 2016

Date posted April 11 2016

Overview

Ur & Penn’s employees are located in Sweden, Finland, and the United States. There are 60 computers and endpoints at headquarters in Sweden and approximately 190 computers deployed in the company’s retail shops and other facilities. The IT team implemented Microsoft Security Essentials as its antivirus solution, but it wasn’t catching rapidly multiplying malware.

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