Telegram users can now use PolySwarm’s free, automated malware detection bot to guard against cyber threats
The Telegram messaging app is used by over 200 million people around the world and has proven to be a great communication vehicle for individuals and companies. Unfortunately, Telegram is also an attractive target for bad actors looking to exploit the platform and people. From cryptocurrency stealers and miners, Telegram has seen its fair share of scams.
A message from PolySwarm Founder / CEO Steve Bassi: a look back at 2019 and what's coming in 2020
Happy New Year. It’s Steve Bassi here, the founder and CEO of PolySwarm.
Today, PolySwarm, a threat intelligence platform used to detect new and emerging malware, releases information about a new variant of ZeroCleare (a destructive malware attributed to Iran). PolySwarm Community (free) and Enterprise users were able access to the full content of this sample before it appeared on VirusTotal.
PolySwarm started out with Medium as its content publishing tool. We created great, informative content; from stories on what it's like to be a woman in cybersecurity, to deep dives into technical topics like the 'commit and reveal scheme' on blockchain (and how its leveraged on PolySwarm). Recently, we created a new blog within the PolySwarm's web ecosystem, blog.polyswarm.io. This is where we will be publishing content moving forward.