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NSA released Ghidra, its multi-platform reverse engineering framework

The NSA released the Ghidra, a multi-platform reverse engineering framework that could be used to find vulnerabilities and security holes in applications. In January 2019, the National Security Agency (NSA) announced the release at the RSA Conference of the free reverse engineering framework GHIDRA. GHIDRA is a multi-platform reverse engineering ...

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The 5 Most Cringe-Worthy Privileged Data Breaches of 2018

Privileged attack vectors and stolen personally identifiable information (PII) obtained have been a constantly paired news item throughout 2018. In 2019, expect privileged attack vectors to continue to reign as the number one root cause of breaches for both consumer and business data theft. Below, I have compiled my list ...

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Cyber attack hits Saipem’s servers in Middle East

In a brief statement, the Italian oil and gas contractor Saipem informed of a cyber attack on 10 December, primarily affecting its servers in the Middle East. The company, which is a subsidiary of the Italian oil major Eni, became the latest wide-known maritime organization to have been affected by a cyber breach. ...

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DHS issues emergency Directive to prevent DNS hijacking attacks

U.S. Department of Homeland Security Issues Emergency Directive on DNS Hijacking Attacks January 23, 2019 Scott Carter The U.S. government may be shut down, but cyber criminals aren’t. Yesterday, the Department of Homeland Security issued an emergency directive to civilian agencies that requires immediate action to mitigate the impact of ...

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Expert found a DoS flaw in Windows Servers running IIS

Windows servers running Internet Information Services (IIS) are vulnerable to denial-of-service (DoS) attacks carried out through malicious HTTP/2 requests. Microsoft revealed that Windows servers running Internet Information Services (IIS) are vulnerable to denial-of-service (DoS) attacks. Attackers can trigger a DoS condition by sending specially crafted HTTP/2 requests, the CPU usage ...

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Mid-Market Businesses, Don’t Think Small about Security

DHS has issued a notice of a CISA emergency directive urging federal agencies of improving the security of government-managed domains (i.e. .gov) to prevent DNS hijacking attacks. The notice was issued by the DHS and links the emergency directiveEmergency Directive 19-01titled “Mitigate DNS Infrastructure Tampering.” “In coordination with government and ...

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Why threat intelligence is the key to defending against Third party risks

What Is Threat Intelligence? Digital technologies lie at the heart of nearly every industry today. The automation and greater connectedness they afford have revolutionized the world’s economic and cultural institutions — but they’ve also brought risk in the form of cyberattacks. Threat intelligence is knowledge that allows you to prevent ...

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SpeakUp Linux Backdoor targets Linux servers in East Asia and LATAM

Malware researchers at Check Point have spotted a new Linux backdoor dubbed ‘SpeakUp’ targeting servers in East Asia and Latin America, The SpeakUp backdoor leverages known vulnerabilities in six different Linux distros, it is also able to infect Mac systems. The Trojan spread by exploiting remote code execution flaw and for the initial ...

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Technology Takeover: How to Secure IoT Environments

Internet of Things (IoT) devices continues to transform office environments around the world. From intelligent air conditioning units and smart lighting to digital assistants and even app-based access control, IoT is having a tremendous impact on business efficiency and productivity. Smart thermostats, for example, can learn worker preferences and automatically ...


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