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| |Day In The Life Of A Bot A typical workday for a bot, from its own point of view.
| |OWASP Amass – DNS Enumeration, Attack Surface Mapping & External Asset Discovery 10th Feb 2020 [17 days ago] from DarkNet The OWASP Amass Project is a DNS Enumeration, Attack Surface Mapping External Asset Discovery tool to help information security professionals perform network mapping of attack surfaces and perform external asset discovery using open source...
| |How To Protect Your Privacy On An IOS Device Learn how to keep your iOS devices--and your data--secure with these iOS 13 privacy settings and Apple resources.
| |How To Use 7zip To Encrypt Files If you need strong command line encryption on Linux, look no further than 7zip.
| |Hackers Imitating CDC, WHO With Coronavirus Phishing Emails Cybercriminals are now using fears over the outbreak to steal email credentials, security officials say.
| |How Shadow IT Could Put Your Organization At Risk Employees who create external accounts but use them internally pose a risk to your security, says password manager company 1Password.
| |The Most Overhyped, And Most Significant, Tech Trends Of 2020 A survey of IT professionals finds AR and 5G bust for 2020, machine learning and DevOps on top.
| |5 Measures To Harden Election Technology Voting machinery needs hardware-level security. The stakes are the ultimate, and the attackers among the worlds most capable.
| |Cybersecurity Vendor Landscape Transforming As Symantec, McAfee Enter New Eras Two years ago, Symantec and McAfee were both primed for a comeback. Today, both face big questions about their future.
| |Protecting Users From Insecure Downloads In Google Chrome Posted by Joe DeBlasio, Chrome security team Today we’re announcing that Chrome will gradually ensure that secure (HTTPS) pages only download secure files. In a series of steps outlined below, we’ll start blocking "mixed content downloads"...
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