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Highly Sophisticated Malware Attacks Home and Small Office Routers

Security researchers have uncovered an unusually sophisticated malware that has been targeting small office/home office (SOHO) routers for nearly two years, taking advantage of the pandemic and rapi...

IT Buyers Don’t Take Security Seriously Enough: HP

Given the insane security environment we are in, it may seem weird to suggest that a tech company is too good at security. How can you be too good at something that is critical to the safety and oper...

Why You Need to Tune EDR to Secure Your Environment

Endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions typically deploy in a standard configuration meant to deliver the least number of false positive alerts in a generic environment. This allows EDR to ...

Top Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Solutions

In an age of strong data privacy laws like GDPR and CCPA, data loss prevention (DLP) technology is becoming a critically important IT security tool. Every organization has data, and some of that da...

How to Prevent Web Attacks Using Input Sanitization

Despite all the security measures you might take, a codebase can be the weakest link for any business’s cybersecurity. Sanitizing and validating inputs is usually the first layer of defense. Sanitizin...

How Hackers Evade Detection

Bypassing detection tools is part of a hacker's routine these days. Despite the incredible evolution of defensive technologies, attackers often remain undetected for weeks or months, earning the label...

Latest MITRE Endpoint Security Results Show Some Familiar Names on Top

MITRE Engenuity has released the latest round of its ATT&CK endpoint security evaluations, and the results show some familiar names leading the pack with the most detections. The MITRE evaluati...

Addressing Remote Desktop Attacks and Security

The Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) has long been essential for IT service management and remote access. Still, in the wrong hands, RDP attacks and vulnerabilities related to remote desktop software ar...

Hiding Devices Using Port Knocking or Single-Packet Authorization (SPA)

Invisibility sounds like something out of a fantasy novel, but if done properly, we can use it to hide computers, gateways, or individual PCs by implementing specific firewall techniques like port kno...

Zero-Click Attacks a Growing Threat

Most attacks make would-be victims click to install malware or redirect them to a phishing page to steal their credentials. Zero-click attacks remove this hurdle. They can compromise the targeted d...

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