David “moose” Wolpoff, co-founder and CTO at Randori, talks lesser-known hacking paths, including unresolved “fixme” flags in developer support groups.
Usage is way up, but so are cyberattacks: Mobile phishing, malware, banking heists and more can come from just one wrong scan.
CVE-2021-22893 allows remote code-execution (RCE) and is being used in the wild by nation-state cyberattackers to compromise VPN appliances in defense, finance and government orgs.
A vendor develops the series logically so that the tools do not just cover individual needs, but complement each other. For example, the concept of SearchInform is to ensure control of threats at all levels of the information network: from hardware and software to file systems and databases, from user actions on a PC to
The Mozilla Foundation releases Firefox 88, fixing 13 bugs ranging from high to low severity.
The second-largest auto insurance provider in the U.S. has since fixed the vulnerability that exposed information from its website.
The malware seems like a silly coding lark at first, but further exploration shows it can wreak serious damage in follow-on attacks.
Our new eBook goes beyond the status quo to take a look at the evolution of ransomware and what to prepare for next.
Sivan Tehila, cybersecurity strategist at Perimeter 81, discusses climate change and the cyber-resilience lessons companies should take away from dealing with the pandemic.
Two cyberattack campaigns are making the rounds using unique social-engineering techniques.