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Heartbleed Vulnerability - The Most Secure Approach to Passwords

Posted By - DynamicCISO,

The discovery and fallout of the Heartbleed vulnerability has everyone scrambling to change the passwords to a myriad of online services. While this rush to change passwords has many wondering whether users will be able to remember all of their new passwords, others are concerned that changing passwords too fast will cause more problems.

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New Zero-day Vulnerability Found in Most IE Versions

Posted By - DynamicCISO,

A new zero-day vulnerability has been found in almost all versions of Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) browser. This was also confirmed by Microsoft confirmed on Saturday of last week. The vulnerability allows remote code execution and can be used in "limited, targeted attacks," says an advisory issued by Microsoft.

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David & Goliath – Winning Strategies in Cyber Warfare

Posted By - Calum MacLeod, Business Development Head

Today we live in a world where the “giants” are lined up against us. Cyber Crime, Sabotage and Espionage are daily facts of life. Whether we’re talking about botnets, defacing of web sites, spear-phishing - everyone seems to be defenseless against the relentless attacks that are targeting from your Facebook page to the SCADA syst

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Bad Bot % of Web Traffic Doubled in 2013: Distil Networks Report

Posted By - DynamicCISO,

New research released by Distil Networks - the leading public and private cloud security provider that blocks malicious bots, or automated computer programs, attacking your website- has found the majority of malicious bot traffic last year emanated from the USA and circulated the Web the most when maximum IT workers were not at work.

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Tech Giants Unite to Fund Core Infrastructure Initiative

Posted By - DynamicCISO,

In the aftermath of Heartbleed, Google, Facebook, Microsoft and other tech giants have joined hands to collectively fund open-source initiatives including OpenSSL to give the projects a much-needed resource boost to keep up with the complexity involved in today’s coding.

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The Enterprise Network: Effective Protection Strategies

Posted By - John Grady , Senior Manager of Product Marketing

Enterprise networks are at risk. According to an interagency document prepared by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), “security vulnerabilities are rampant,” and the CERT division of Carnegie Mellon University reports approximately one hundred new vulnerabilities each week. How can companies protect their networks

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Apache Warns of Faulty Zero Day Patch for Struts

Posted By - Michael Mimoso, Editorial Director for the TechTarget Security Media Group

The Apache Software Foundation today released an advisory warning that a patch issued in March for a zero-day vulnerability in Apache Struts did not fully patch the bug in question. Officials said a new patch is in development and will be released likely within the next 72 hours, said Rene Gielen of the Apache Struts team.

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Phishing Bloom in China Bucks Global Trends

Posted By - John Hawes, Chief of Operations

There's been a sharp upturn in the numbers of phishing pages, with the majority of them hosted in China and targeting Chinese victims and sites. That's according to analysis of world phishing trends from the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG).

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Heartbleed FAQs

Posted By - Richard Henderson, Security Strategist FortiGuard Labs

Heartbleed bug took the world by a storm. It is an unprecedented incident that has caught the global information security community totally unawares. What is it? How does it work? What it does? All the reasonable questions need answers. Here's an FAQ for your ready reference.

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Heartbleed

Posted By - Bruce Schneier, CTO

The Heartbleed bug allows to read the memory of the systems protected by the vulnerable versions of the OpenSSL software. This compromises the secret keys used to identify the service providers and to encrypt the traffic, the names and passwords of the users and the actual content.

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