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02713 The release of Verizon’s 2015 Data Breach Investigation Report (DBIR) revealed that cyberattacks have become increasingly sophisticated since last year. This year the DBIR reported 79,790 security incidents and 2,122 confirmed data breaches in 61 countries across the world. The 2015 DBIR is designed to serve as a useful tool to help organizations prepare their enterprises to conduct individualized self-assessments of risk, so that …
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0000 Security researchers have disclosed that within several hours of the discovery of the LogJam vulnerability, as many as 575 cloud service providers were potentially vulnerable to man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks. LogJam, a subset of the FREAK vulnerability, is a twenty-year old encryption flaw that weakens the TLS (Transport Layer Security) protocol in servers that use export grade DHE ciphers with keys less than 1024-bit. If both a browser a...
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0000 A Nigerian national living in the U.S. was sentenced to three years in federal prison for participating in a phishing scam that defrauded office supply vendors of nearly $1 million dollars after stealing email login information from government employees. Abiodun Adejohn had pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud conspiracy prior to being sentenced by a Newark federal court. The scam Adejohn participated in involved phishing attacks employ...
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The U.S. Department of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has released the proposal for regulatory control of the export of malware and zero-day exploits for a sixty-day public comment period, and the reaction from the security community and other interested parties is already ...
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Unidentified sources with knowledge of the investigation into the crash of an Airbus A400M airlifter on May 9th told Aviation Week that a software glitch which temporarily cut off the fuel supply was the cause the of the accident. The Airbus was running new software designed to “trim” the fuel ...
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Organizations have made massive investment in a variety of security solutions over the years. It is important to understand what investments that have made in security technologies in order to understand the success and possible challenges that they face. The initial focus was to secure the ...
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0000 A newly released website security report reveals that more than half (56%) of the 30,000 plus websites tested had multiple vulnerabilities, and as many as 86% had a least one “serious” vulnerability. The researchers defined a “serious vulnerability” as one in which an attacker could take control over all or part of a website, could compromise user accounts, could gain access sensitive data, or could violate …
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0000 The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) – a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) – has released its annual report on Internet fraud and web-based crimes (PDF), stating it received a total of 269,422 complaints in 2014 for an estimated $800,492,073 in losses. But that’s just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. “Millions of people in the United …
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01201 In this world of the web, we have seen various common attacks like XSS, Clickjacking, Session Hijacking, etc. Various HTTP headers are introduced to defend against these attacks in a simple and easy fashion. In this series of articles, we will see various headers available to protect against common web attacks and we will also see a practical approach of how to implement them …
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The Federal Reserve of St. Louis is pushing a password reset for users of its economic data and analysis research tools website following a recent domain name service (DNS) attack which was found to be redirecting users to spoofed websites. The Fed disclosed that on April 24 they had discovered ...
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A new study from the Ponemon Institute reveals that Financial Services and Retail organizations fail to detect advanced threats on critical networks for an average of more than three to six months, respectively. The study examined “dwell time” in both industry verticals, the period between an ...
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