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June 10, 2014
CryptoLocker's infrastructure may be down for now, but experts say the easy money that can be made from ransomware means it is here to stay.
April 04, 2014
OpenDNS CTO Dan Hubbard says big data techniques like machine learning and data mining can be used to spot and mitigate unknown Internet threats.
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There are several flaws in IIS that can jeopardize the security of Windows servers. Here are some of the top threats and how to solve them. Continue Reading
An image replay attack is the use of a picture to fool an authentication method. Image replay attacks are most commonly used by an attacker trying to gain entry to a system protected by less-than-secure biometric authentication technology implementations. Continue Reading
A cut-and-paste attack is an assault on the integrity of a security system in which the attacker substitutes a section of ciphertext (encrypted text) with a different section that looks like (but is not the same as) the one removed. Continue Reading
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After the discovery that the FREAK vulnerability can affect a wide variety of OSes, enterprises should amp up mitigation efforts. Here's some background on the attack and how to stop it. Continue Reading
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New research has cast doubt on the security of the Diffie-Hellman key exchange method. Expert Michael Cobb explains if enterprises should be concerned. Continue Reading
Here is an all-inclusive guide about software keyloggers, along with common attack modes. Defence mechanisms to counter keyloggers is part of this overview. Continue Reading
Expert Brien Posey describes some techniques used to crack Windows passwords and offers several defenses against attack. Continue Reading