Web Server Threats and Countermeasures News
May 20, 2015
Google's new Chrome extension policy mandates that all users and developers must install web browser extensions from the Chrome Web Store.
January 30, 2015
PHP applications, including WordPress, are vulnerable to the GHOST Linux exploit, but overall the flaw may not be as dangerous as first thought.
September 11, 2014
Experts say the latest security breach of the Healthcare.gov website was caused by lacking security process maturity, downplaying the importance of website security testing.
June 25, 2014
NTP amplification had led to several recent massive DDoS attacks. Despite the good news, researchers say many other DDoS techniques remain unfixed.
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While a walled garden can help secure Web browsers, they are not seen as beneficial by all. Expert Michael Cobb explains why. Continue Reading
Are read-only domain controllers a more secure option for setting up domain services in a DMZ than using a separate domain? Expert Kevin Beaver explains. Continue Reading
The Border Router Security Tool aims to improve router security to boost Internet safety. Expert Kevin Beaver explains its place in the enterprise. Continue Reading
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Microsoft is ending support for Windows Server 2003 in July 2015, yet many organizations will still run W2K3 beyond this date. Learn how to keep your enterprise safe. Continue Reading
HTTP/2 is close to becoming a formal Internet specification -- but how will it affect enterprise Web security? Expert Michael Cobb discusses how features, including compression and encryption, may help boost HTTP's safety. Continue Reading
Netflix released its own threat monitoring tools: Scumblr, Sketchy and Workflowable. Expert Joseph Granneman looks at these tools and their benefits to enterprises. Continue Reading
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Denial-of-service attacks may be impossible to prevent, but that doesn't mean there aren't ways to protect Web applications from them. Continue Reading
Continuing with Windows Server 2003 after its end-of-life date is a problem waiting to happen. Michael Cobb offers pointers on an upgrade. Continue Reading
Man-in-the-middle attack defense requires careful, layered security. Michael Cobb reviews the tactics enterprises should employ to stay secure. Continue Reading
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Application security expert Michael Cobb discusses the risks of Web browser extensions and what enterprises can do to counter browser plug-in threats. Continue Reading
Video: Keith Barker of CBT Nuggets shows how to use Nikto, a free and open source tool, to scan for outdated or vulnerable Web servers. Continue Reading
With Apache Web servers becoming ever more popular with attackers, organizations should follow Apache security best practices to avoid compromise. Continue Reading