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Triton ICS malware was freely available for weeks

The Trisis ICS malware used in a cyberattack on an oil and gas company in Saudi Arabia in December has been publicly available for weeks after being copied by unknown actors.

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How Dnsmasq server software can be abused by hackers

Researchers found several Dnsmasq vulnerabilities that affect Google's Android operating system. Matt Pascucci explains how these flaws can be exploited by threat actors.


Why Google Chrome will now rely on CT logs

After introducing HTTP Public Key Pinning to the internet two years ago, the upcoming Chrome will replace it with the Expect-CT header. Matt Pascucci explains the switch.

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How to counter security threats with HTTP headers

HTTP security headers that have the right configurations can be used as defense methods against cyberattacks. Expert Judith Myerson outlines how to use headers this way.

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