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  • Erasing Misconceptions In Enterprise Cybersecurity

    One of the main problems when it comes to cybersecurity boils down to the simple issue of naïveté. All too often, businesses choose to subscribe to certain ideas about cybersecurity whether or not they're true. These myths must be dispelled in order for companies to succeed.

        in Authentication, Cloud Security, Encryption
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  • Malware Makes The Holiday Worse

    If you thought hackers were just going to let this influx of in-store shopping go to waste, think again. According to Tom's Guide, a new and virulent strain of point of sale malware is circulating that could put a big damper on the holiday shopping spirit. It's called LusyPOS.

        in Authentication, Encryption
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  • POODLE for TLS

    Part 3 of 3 in the Series — Poodle
    The POODLE attack on SSL 3.0 has now been extended to some implementations of TLS. POODLE for TLS can be tracked through CVE-2014-8730. Adam Langley states that “TLS’s padding is a subset of SSLv3’s padding so, technically, you could use an SSLv3 decoding function with TLS and it would still work fine. It wouldn’t check the padding bytes but that wouldn’t cause

        in Alerts, SSL
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  • Smart Hackers, Easy Passwords

    These days, cybercriminals seem to always have the upper hand and never make any missteps. But fortunately that's not always the case, and even the most skilled cybercriminal out there is apt to make the occasional error. That's what happened with Jeremy Hammond, a man who's now in prison.

        in Authentication, Encryption
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  • POODLE for TLS

    Part 3 of 3 in the Series — Poodle
    The POODLE attack on SSL 3.0 has now been extended to some implementations of TLS. POODLE for TLS can be tracked through CVE-2014-8730. Adam Langley states that “TLS’s padding is a subset of SSLv3’s padding so, technically, you could use an SSLv3 decoding function with TLS and it would still work fine. It wouldn’t check the padding bytes but that wouldn’t cause

        in Alerts, SSL
    0
  • Smart Hackers, Easy Passwords

    These days, cybercriminals seem to always have the upper hand and never make any missteps. But fortunately that's not always the case, and even the most skilled cybercriminal out there is apt to make the occasional error. That's what happened with Jeremy Hammond, a man who's now in prison.

        in Authentication, Encryption
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