I strongly suggest readers checkout my two prior blogs on Cryptography, Principle of Least Privilege, and Biometrics. All of these will be explored in depth throughout this blog. Introduction My intent has been to educate readers on some basic and fundamental security principles that they experience every day.
Sextortion—using nude photos of someone to press for even racier content or other goods—is surprisingly common, a US think tank says in what it calls the first in-depth study of another danger lurking in cyberspace.
Since the discovery of the Android banking Trojan SpyLocker, Intel Security has closely monitored this threat. SpyLocker first appeared disguised as Adobe Flash Player and targeted customers of banks in Australia, New Zealand, and Turkey. Recently we have found that the distribution method for this malware has changed. In addition to employing malicious websites that …
Analysis: CBR talks to experts at Schneider Electric, Dell, ViaSat, FireEye, NTT, Bitdefender and others on the likelihood and types of attacks on power stations and transport systems The prospect of cyber attackers successfully derailing national critical infrastructure (NCI) "is not the stuff of fiction anymore".
So says Jon Geater, CTO at cybersecurity firm Thales e-Security, who told CBR that "today, this threat is real and growing, and it is crucial that robust cyber security defences are in place to safeguard our vital services from this growing risk".
Over the last few years, several national critical infrastructure (NCI) attacks have been carried out against such facilities, shutting down power stations and affecting nuclear facilities.
The most widely spoken cyber attack against a country's NCI was Stuxnet when in 2009 and 2010 the computer virus is rumoured to have been built by the American and Israeli governments to sabotage Iran's nuclear power program.
No one likes dealing with passwords, but the reality is we need some form of identification and authentication to protect our digital reputation and information as well as to facilitate customized online experiences. As we celebrate World Password Day 2016, it is time to make passwords both strong and easy to use. At some point, someone …
As any XSSer (one that makes XSS) might know, the script tag is not always available to inject into a XSS hole because it’s the first thing that will be filtered by developer or an WAF (Web Application Firewall).
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