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5 Reasons Why MFT Agents May Be Right For You

In this age of ever-growing security and business needs, finding a balance between secure data and immediate, remote file transfer (which can include the use of cloud environments) is incredibly important for today’s organizations. Deploying that data across multiple...

Z-WASP attack: hackers used Zero-Width spaces to bypass Office 365 protections

Z-WASP attack: Phishers are using a recently fixed flaw in Office 365 that allows them to bypass protections using zero-width spaces and deliver malicious messages to recipients. Microsoft recently fixed a vulnerability in Office 365 that was exploited by attackers to bypass...

Pileup flaws in Android PMS menace more than 1 Billion devices

13:00 ET, 27 March 2014 A group of researchers discovered a series of 6 vulnerabilities, dubbed Pileup flaws, in Android PMS that exposes more than 1 Billion Google-based devices. Android is the mobile OS that most of all attracts cyber criminals due...

Spear phishing against Microsoft, exposed law enforcement inquiries

9:00 ET, 28 January 2014 Attackers breached the email accounts of Microsoft staff, probably with a spear phishing attack, accessing to documents on law enforcement inquiries. Spear phishing attacks are within most insidious attacks for private companies and organizations, they are primarily...

CUTLET MAKER ATM malware offered for 5000 USD on darknet forum

Hacking ATM could be very easy thanks to the availability of the CUTLET MAKER ATM malware on an underground hacking forum. Wannabe crooks can buy an ATM malware on a Darknet market for around $5000, the discovery was made by...

Digital Certificates

The basics, sweeping industry changes coming in 2018 and how to be prepared for them By Doug Beattie, vice president of product management, GlobalSign With an incredibly active threat landscape today there are a plethora, and even perhaps overwhelming, number of...

Adobe patches Flash Zero-Day exploited by ScarCruft APT

Adobe Flash Player 22.0.0.192 release fixes the Flash Player zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2016-4171) exploited by the APT group dubbed ScarCruft. Adobe has issued the Flash Player 22.0.0.192, a release that fixes the Flash Player zero-day vulnerability (CVE-2016-4171) exploited by the APT group dubbed ScarCruft in attacks on...

Nispana in association with DNJ Saudi Arabia is excited to announce its 3rd Annual...

Global organizations continue to grapple with the cyber security challenges, with the convergence of Internet-connected things, there will be newer risks. These challenges are only likely to increase with the existence of less assertive regulatory and legislative agendas, and...

Security Product Spotlight: Aegis Fortress L3

I was invited by Apricorn to test their Aegis Fortress L3 - USB 3.1 / 3.2 Portable Drive.  If you know me by now, I am a huge proponent of strong encryption everywhere.  That’s why I love companies like...

MOON, the strange worm spreading on Linksys routers

10:00 ET, 19 February 2014 Security researchers at SANS detected a self-replicating malware (dubbed moon worm) is spreading among a number of different Linksys routers. Researchers at the SANS Institute discovered a new self-replicating worm that is infecting different Linksys home and small business routers. The investigation started after an...

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