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Content posted in November 2019
The Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Errors
Larry Loeb  
11/29/2019   1 comment
'Improper Restriction of Operations within the Bounds of a Memory Buffer' tops this year's list.
Solr Search Tool Can Allow Remote Code Execution (RCE) by Default
Larry Loeb  
11/28/2019   1 comment
A security vulnerability affecting the Linux enterprise search tool Apache Solr has been reclassified by Tenable as 'high severity status.'
False Training Information Can Dupe Machine Learning Models
Larry Loeb  
11/27/2019   1 comment
Researchers from Boston University have shown how really small amounts of disinformation can taint the learning process used by many AI programs.
Dangerous 'RIPlace' Exploit Able to Bypass AV & EDR Protections
Larry Loeb  
11/26/2019   Post a comment
Researchers discover way that ransomware can bypass the protections which operating system vendors have built into their products.
DePriMon: A New & Unique Way to Download Malware
Larry Loeb  
11/25/2019   Post a comment
ESET calls it 'a powerful, flexible and persistent tool.'
Artisans & Commercials Gang Up on Third Parties
Larry Loeb  
11/22/2019   Post a comment
Cybersecurity and intelligence firm AdvIntel has reported about a trend it has seen happening in the ransomware arena.
Phoenix Keylogger Rises & Steals Information
Larry Loeb  
11/21/2019   Post a comment
Keylogger first emerged in July 2019, and is packed with myriad information-stealing features.
MSFT Jumps on DoH
Larry Loeb  
11/20/2019   Post a comment
Microsoft has announced that an upcoming version of Windows 10 will have support for DNS over HTTPS.
Security & the Internet of Things: What You Need to Know
Steve Durbin  
11/19/2019   1 comment
The Internet of Things (IoT) has burst into the connected world and promises much: from enabling the digital organization, to making domestic life richer and easier. However, with those promises come inevitable risks: the rush to adoption has highlighted serious deficiencies in both the security design of IoT devices and their implementation.
Iran Rustles Up Its Own VPN to Hide Itself
Larry Loeb  
11/18/2019   Post a comment
Trend Micro has found recent traces of APT33 operations, with about a dozen Command and Control servers being used for extremely narrow targeting.
Problems With EU Payment Security Persist
Oliver Schonschek  
11/14/2019   Post a comment
Proposed new security procedures within the EU have troubled some payment service providers, leading to the postponement of their implementation.
Keeping It Real Can Pay Off for Old-School Attacks
Larry Loeb  
11/14/2019   1 comment
Even a previously known attack can fool the security team if it is well crafted.
How PureLocker Ransomware Bypasses AV Checks
Larry Loeb  
11/13/2019   Post a comment
Intezer and IBM X-Force have found a new ransomware targeted at production servers. And it's sneaky...
TCP DDoS Reflection Attacks on the Rise
Larry Loeb  
11/12/2019   Post a comment
Radware report picks up on a change in attacker strategy.
'Quantum Dawn' Raid as Financial Industry Simulates Global Ransomware Attack
Larry Loeb  
11/8/2019   Post a comment
Financial institutions in Asia, the US and the UK are put through their paces.
Study Finds Customer Data to Be Most at Risk From Insiders
Larry Loeb  
11/6/2019   Post a comment
Companies say that they are somewhat more worried about inadvertent insider breaches and negligent data breaches than they are about malicious intent by bad actors.
Complex Q3 DDoS Can Have 11 Attack Vectors
Larry Loeb  
11/5/2019   Post a comment
Link 11 has issued a summary of what they have found out about characteristics of DDoS attacks that occurred in Q3 2019.
Building Your Secure Cloud-Ready Branch
Nirav Shah  
11/5/2019   Post a comment
Many organizations are developing a cloud-ready branch strategy that relies on SD-WAN to enable direct Internet access for fast cloud access and improved cloud application performance.
75% of Enterprises Will Adopt a Zero Trust Solution Within a Year – Zscaler
Larry Loeb  
11/5/2019   Post a comment
Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) services are built to ensure that only authorized users can access specific applications on a network based on business policies.




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The Microsoft Defender ATP Research Team has begun to discuss a polymorphic threat, Dexphot, that it has been tracking for over a year.
'Improper Restriction of Operations within the Bounds of a Memory Buffer' tops this year's list.
A security vulnerability affecting the Linux enterprise search tool Apache Solr has been reclassified by Tenable as 'high severity status.'
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Podcast: Infrastructure Hunting – Stopping Bad Actors in Their Tracks
Being able to effectively build a threat intelligence ecosystem or threat-hunting identification response requires both user and systems sophistication and capabilities. Security, orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) is a new technology designed to provide organizations a single comprehensive platform they can use to implement an intelligence driven security strategy.
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Dan Reis chats to Cybera's Josh Flynn about how to achieve digital transformation without sacrificing security.
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