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The Principle Of Least Privilege: A Strategy Of Limiting Access To What Is Essential
2nd Jul 2018 [18 days ago] from ESET Research
The principle of least privilege is a security strategy applicable to different areas, which is based on the idea of only granting those permissions that are necessary for the performance of a certain activity The post The principle of...
How (over)sharing On Social Media Can Trip You Up
29th Jun 2018 [21 days ago] from ESET Research
Profuse recounting of details from your life via social media may come at a price The post How (over)sharing on social media can trip you up appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
Plant Your Flag, Mark Your Territory
28th Jun 2018 [22 days ago] from Krebsonsecurity
Many people, particularly older folks, proudly declare they avoid using the Web to manage various accounts tied to their personal and financial data -- from utilities and mobile phones to retirement benefits and online banking services....
RIG Exploit Kit Delivering Monero Miner Via PROPagate Injection Technique
28th Jun 2018 [22 days ago] from FireEye Research
IntroductionThrough FireEye Dynamic Threat Intelligence (DTI), we observed RIGExploit Kit (EK) delivering a dropper that leverages the PROPagateinjection technique to inject code that downloads and executes aMonero miner (similar has been...
The New Face Of Necurs: Noteworthy Changes To Necurs’ Behaviors
28th Jun 2018 [22 days ago] from TrendMicro
by Anita Hsieh, Rubio Wu, Kawabata Kohei Six years after it was first spotted in the wild, the Necurs malware botnet is still out to prove that it’s a malware chameleon.  We recently discovered noteworthy changes to the way Necurs makes...
Twitter Bots, Disassemble
28th Jun 2018 [22 days ago] from ESET Research
Social media giants announce new measures to tackle bots and abusers The post Twitter bots, disassemble appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
World Cup Squads Briefed On Cybersecurity Best Practices
27th Jun 2018 [23 days ago] from ESET Research
The football associations of countries competing at Russia 2018 are taking no chances when it comes to cyber-related issues The post World Cup squads briefed on cybersecurity best practices appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
How To Avoid Card Skimmers At The Pump
26th Jun 2018 [24 days ago] from Krebsonsecurity
Previous stories here on the proliferation of card-skimming devices hidden inside fuel pumps have offered a multitude of security tips for readers looking to minimize their chances of becoming the next victim, such as favoring filling stations...
The Need And Opportunity For Adaptive Prevention In The Cloud
26th Jun 2018 [24 days ago] from Microsoft
This post is authored by Michael Bargury, Data Scientist, C+E Security. The need The cloud introduces new security challenges, which differ from classic ones by diversity and scale. Once a Virtual Machine (VM) is up and running with an...
Wi-Fi Security Gets A Boost As WPA3 Standard Is Launched
26th Jun 2018 [24 days ago] from ESET Research
The new wireless security protocol is poised to make hacking Wi-Fi connections a whole lot harder The post Wi-Fi security gets a boost as WPA3 standard is launched appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
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