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April 14, 2014
 Heartbleed Update
In case anyone hasn’t heard, a major flaw in OpenSSL named “Heartbleed” went public last week, putting companies’ and consumers’ private information at risk. What is “Heartbleed”? Heartbleed is a bug in OpenSSL (CVE-2014-0160) that...

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April 02, 2014
 The rise of DDoS Botnets
Last week, Incapsula released a report analyzing the latest trends on the DDoS front. The report exposes advancements in both network and application layers. While the Incapsula report analyses in detail the different trends and...

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March 18, 2014
 Threat Advisory: PHP-CGI At Your Command
For a long time, PHP has been the dominant server side framework for companies to write their web applications with. In fact, ~82% of all websites today are written in PHP. And while PHP’s power...

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February 06, 2014
 Are your assets exposed or covered in the cloud?
Gartner predicts that global spending on public cloud services will grow from $155B this year to $210B in 2016. The forces driving enterprise IT to the cloud are faster deployment and easier management, which translate...

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January 31, 2014
 Yahoo’s email breach, another 3rd party incident.
Early last year, Imperva published a report analyzing a breach that Yahoo had suffered via a vulnerability on their astrology site. As a reminder, back then Yahoo’s astrology site was operating with data coming from...

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January 21, 2014
 The Impact of Insider Threats – The South Korea Episode.
You can’t escape the data breach news that has spawned over the last few months. The recent high-profile hacks have raised market awareness. Today, both CNN and Bloomberg covered the South Korean data breach that...

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