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| |Microsoft Details The Causes Of Its Recent Multi-factor Authentication Meltdown Microsoft has posted a root cause analysis of the multifactor authentication issue which hit a number of its customers worldwide last week. Heres what happened.
| |IoT Security Market Will Hit $9.88B By 2025, As Privacy Issues Abound As IoT devices flood the market, consumers are pushing for more privacy initiatives, according to recent Grand View Research report.
| |Transforming Into A CISO Security Leader Are you thinking of changing your career route from techie to CISO? Are you making the right choice? Only you know for sure.
| |LinkedIn Used 18M Non-member Emails To Target Facebook Ads. Were You A Victim? A Data Protection Commissioner investigation found that LinkedIn violated data protection policies shortly before onset of GDPR.
| |The Origin Of The Term Indicators Of Compromise (IOCs) I am an historian. I practice digital security, but I earned a bachelors of science degree in history from the United States Air Force Academy. (1)Historians create products by analyzing artifacts, among which the most significant is the...
| |8 Tips For Avoiding Phishing, Malware, Scams, And Hacks While Holiday Shopping Online The holiday season isnt just busy for shoppers--its busy for cybercriminals, too. Heres a holiday shopping safety guide with advice on how to stay safe online.
| |More On Threat Hunting Earlier this week hellor00t asked via Twitter:Where would you place your security researchers/hunt team?I replied:For me, "hunt" is just a form of detection. I dont see the need to build a "hunt" team. IR teams detect intruders using two...
| |5 Reasons To Improve Cybersecurity By Updating Software Wake up, cybersecurity pros, and dont let your business be an easy target for cybercriminals. Learn why keeping digital infrastructure up-to-date should be an essential part of cybersecurity strategy.
| |WepAttack – WLAN 802.11 WEP Key Hacking Tool 23rd Nov 2018 [17 days ago] from DarkNet WepAttack is a WLAN open source Linux WEP key hacking tool for breaking 802.11 WEP keys using a wordlist based dictionary attack.This tool is based on an active dictionary attack that tests millions of words to find the right key. Only...
| |Google, Mozilla Working On Letting Web Apps Edit Files Despite Warning It Could Be Abused In Terrible Ways The firms, known for their Chrome and Firefox web browsers, are heading a group that is devising a way for users to save changes they make using web apps.
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