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Zero day Vulnerability Attack

A zero-day attack happens once that flaw, or software/hardware vulnerability, is exploited and attackers unleash malware before a developer has a chance to make a patch to repair the Vulnerability.

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Public Wi-Fi

One of the largest threats with free WLAN is that the ability for hackers to position themselves between you and also the affiliation purpose.

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2FA How to help for Password Issue

2FA is an extra layer of security used to make sure that people trying to gain access to an online account are who they say they are.

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What are Botnets and Their Types?

Botnets are utilized by criminal programmers to spread ransomware to your PC, telephone, tablet, and PC.

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Mobile Device Security

The Fastly changing technology and portability of mobile devices have forced people to heavily believe those products.

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The Role of Physical Security in Network Security

Actual security plays an urgent capacity in ensuring significant information and data. With the ever-changing workplace and representative conduct, there are new organization security dangers.

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WHY DO PENETRATION TESTERS RELY ON NMAP?

Nmap is generally utilized by Ethical Hackers to find administrations and hosts on a PC network by sending bundles and assessing their reactions.

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OWASP Top 10 - Broken Authentication

An applications using weak authentications or consisting of vulnerabilities in authentication functions may result within the compromise of passwords.

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Secure Password : The keys to our digital kingdom, password should be closely protected

Strong passwords are the key to your digital life. Be sure to protect your information by utilizing the tips provided in this blog.

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Negotiating with Ransomware Gangs

It might be the worst-kept secret in all of cybersecurity: the FBI says don't pay ransomware groups.

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Protecting Your Application from Abuse

Application abuse is a unique attack class it does not rely on just a few malicious payloads, but instead consists of a series of activities taken against an application over a period of time.

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VoIP Security

VoIP transfer voice signal over IP based network.

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Phishing Emails Used to Deploy KONNI Malware

KONNI is a remote administration tool (RAT) used by malicious cyber actors to steal data.

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Ransomware – How to Stay Protected?

Businesses large or small are under threat from increasingly aggressive and brutal ransomware attacks.

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Service Organization Controls (SOC)

A SOC 2 report provides assurance that the service organization has deployed an effective control system to mitigate operational and compliance risks of its system

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What is Cyber Kill Chain

Lockheed Martin derived the structure of the kill chain from a military model-originally set up to define, plan to strike, engage, and destroy the target.

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A Cyber Incident Response Plan for Your Web Applications

Hardly a day goes by with news of another hack making the headlines and the hours and days following a security breach can make or break the affected organization’s reputation.

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How to Build a WAF at the Application Layer

A Web Application Firewall (WAF) helps protect web applications by filtering and monitoring HTTP traffic between a web application and the Internet.

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Ecommerce Security

Security is one the most serious issues if we talk about e-commerce.

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Cross-site request forgery

“Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) is an attack that forces user to execute unwanted actions on a web application in which they’re currently Logged in.

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What Are Blind SQL Injections

SQL Injection vulnerability are one of the common and oldest web application security issue. According to OWASP Top 10 List

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Service Organization Controls (SOC)

A SOC 2 report provides assurance that the service organization has deployed an effective control system to mitigate operational and compliance risks of its system

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Develop Your Incident Response Plan

Developing and implementing an incident response plan will help your business handle a data breach quickly and efficiently while minimizing the damage.

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