Security

Last Updated on 26 Aug. 2015, Total: 85 Blog Posts

  1. URL Abuse online testing tool

    The service is an online web service where any user can submit a link. You will need javascript enabled to access the page and the content is delivered when available via AJAX... Read More

  2. Tracking the FREAK Attack

    Make sure you have the most recent version of your browser installed, and check for updates frequently. Updates that fix the FREAK attack should be available for all major browsers soon... Read More

  3. CrowdStrike’s Global Threat Intelligence Report

    In 2014, it became abundantly clear that threat intelligence would provide the decisive advantage when protecting your network... Read More

  4. Apps on Google Play harbouring Adware

    Apps on Google Play pose as games and infect millions of users with Adware... Read More

  5. Iot - more devices to secure against hackers

    IoT is likely to disrupt business models and ecosystems across a range of industries... Read More

  6. Security updates available for Adobe Flash Player

    Adobe has released security updates for Adobe Flash Player for Windows, Macintosh and Linux... Read More

  7. Microsoft senses an increasing trend of macro malware

    New threats emerging that include some form of social engineering to convince users to manually enable macros and allow potential malicious code to run... Read More

  8. Dell SecureWorks 2014 Report on Underground Hacker Markets

    The Underground Hacker Markets are booming with counterfeit documents, premiere credit cards, hacker tutorials and 100% satisfaction guarantees... Read More

  9. Email authentication latest threats

    Authentication solves several specific issues related to email, but other problems are completely out of scope. Attackers know this, and have designed some of their attacks accordingly. Perversely, they are actually using authentication to improve the quality of their campaigns... Read More

  10. Malware Compromises 100,000+ WordPress Websites

    Researchers at Sucuri say that the SoakSoak Malware has impacted 100’s of thousands of WordPress specific websites... Read More

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