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  Existing approaches to application security (AppSec) testing are not getting the job done: 2009 called, and they want their technology back. Traditional AppSec Testing Is Behind the Times This is evident in the fact that the number of vulnerabilities per application is the same today as it was in 2000—26.7 serious vulnerabilities. In spite...
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Remote access has become an irreplaceable tool for the success of many companies, but using it safely and securely is difficult. Virtual private networks (VPNs) and desktop sharing platforms are two of the more commonly used tools to facilitate remote access, but if used improperly, they can pose huge security risks to your company’s network....
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Many companies are responding to the large number of people working from home as a result of the public health situation. Qualys has rolled out a totally free 60-day version of its cloud-based security and compliance solution at no charge. We spoke with Sumedh Thakar about the free release and how Qualys is helping enterprises...
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The coronavirus pandemic has dramatically changed how society interacts. Travel has ground to a halt, working from home has become the norm, and large parts of the global population are practicing “social distancing” and remaining in their homes.  However, just because we must remain separated from each other to “flatten the curve” does not mean...
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Due to the troublesome spread of coronavirus-themed scams and malware attacks, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) launched a nationwide campaign to detect, inhibit and punish any fraudulent or malicious online activity. “It is essential that the Department of Justice remain vigilant in detecting, investigating, and prosecuting wrongdoing related to the crisis,” said U.S. Attorney...
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Today, we launched our annual report studying the internet traffic of our global client base to analyze bot behavior and identify trends in automated, bot-generated threats that businesses face. The report provides a detailed examination of the impact of bad bots across industries and sheds light on recommended preventive measures to safeguard business operations. While...
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EternalDarkness or SMBGhost is the latest vulnerability affecting the Microsoft SMB protocol which was first reported in March 2020 This is high-severity threat because SMB vulnerabilities very-often are quickly adopted by “wormified” malicious attacks. As-of publishing of this post, PoCs exist for DoS and local privilege escalation Bitdefender Hypervisor Introspection stops the local privilege escalation...
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WhiteSource, one of the leaders in the software composition analysis space, recently released its annual report, “The State of Open Source Security Vulnerabilities.” It is chock full of good data and findings on the current state of open source security and how things are trending. In this DevOps Chats, I had a chance to sit...
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The healthcare industry is increasingly targeted by cybercriminals. As digital transformation accelerates and more providers move their internal systems to the cloud, deploy IoT medical devices and host medical records online, they become even more vulnerable. Over the past four years, nearly 1,500 healthcare companies have been hit with ransomware attacks, and the threat is...
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The current pandemic has certainly shown the utility of electronic collaboration tools such as videoconferencing platforms. Once an expensive perk of solely enterprise companies, the video call is now used not only for executives remotely attending board meetings but also for the following: Sales calls Partnered coding Team standups Chats with distant family members Online...
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Security researchers around the world have their work cut out for them keeping track of malicious scams and campaigns surrounding the coronavirus. Cybercriminals are unabashedly pulling out all the stops to take advantage of a weary (and largely remote-working) public to spread malware, siphon sensitive information, hold critical systems hostage and line their coffers with...
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Deploying the latest, greatest detection technology to deter stealthy network intruders will take companies only so far. Related: What we’ve learned from the massive breach of Capitol One At RSA 2020, I learned about how one of the routine daily chores all large organizations perform — data governance — has started to emerge as something...
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Posted under: Off-Topic Although this is a security blog, this post has absolutely nothing to do with security. No parallels from medicine, no mindset lessons, just some straight up biology. As many readers know I am a licensed Paramedic. I first certified in the early 1990’s, dropped down to EMT for a while, and bumped...
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As we’re seeing now, IT departments need architectures that allow them to provision users, manage those users’ devices, and control access from any location. Although most organizations likely won’t shift to remote work permanently, we predict that their shift to cloud infrastructure has staying power — and we envision an architecture that helps organizations reduce...
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Thanks to 0xdade for publishing these outstanding Shmoocon 2020 Convention videos via the 0xdade YouTube channel and the 0xdade Shmoocon 2020 Playlist for everyone to view, learn and, of course, enjoy. Permalink The post Shmoocon 2020 – Mark Griffin’s ‘Knowing The UnFuzzed And Finding Bugs With Coverage Analysis’ appeared first on Security Boulevard. Source link
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As an employee, how can you stay secure working remotely? As an IT admin, how can you encourage your end users to stay safe? In this post, we’ll hit some of the top things that you can do to keep yourself safe when working remotely. Secure Remote Working For End Users There are three major...
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We continue our series from the Digital Sanity Summit with advice from the Council of Europe’s own Dr. Elizabeth Milovidov, law professor and eSafety consultant. Dr. Milovidov is a mother herself, and she has dedicated the last seven years of her career to helping parents navigate the digital age and keep their children safe online....
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A security breach has exposed the personal information of more than 5 million guests that found comfort at the Marriott Bonvoy Hotel, according to an incident notification issued by Marriott yesterday. What Happened? In a statement, the company said guest information may have been accessed through the guest service software using login credentials of two...
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WordPress 5.4 “Adderley” Released WordPress 5.4 “Adderley” was released to the public on March 31, 2020. Check WordPress 5.4 announcement blogpost for more information on this release. For Version 5.4, the database version (db_version in wp_options) updated to 47018, and the Trac revision was 47541. You can find the full list of tickets included in 5.4 on Trac. The WordPress 5.4 Field...
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