December 17, 2014

In my last blog we discussed the huge threat posed by malicious DDoS attacks, in that one could easily keep your customers from reaching your sites, could prevent them from buying from you, and could...Read More
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December 12, 2014

As reported by KrebsOnSecurity, a recently released Treasury Department report details the risks to banks of allowing anonymous Internet connections to financial applications. The report then goes on to recommend that banks should block connections...Read More
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December 10, 2014

If the odds of you getting hit by a car today were 50/50, you’d be pretty worried, right? Well those are roughly the odds of your retail website or microsites being struck by a malicious...Read More
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December 09, 2014

Nothing gets me into the holiday spirit like a nice number crunching exercise. This is especially true after our previous blog, where we looked at last year’s holiday season attacks. To have a better understanding...Read More
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November 25, 2014

In September, a bug in GNU Bash was publicly exposed in the wild and rained fire on computer systems on premise and in the cloud due to the simple attack vector and the effect on...Read More
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November 24, 2014

The holiday season is approaching so we thought it would be a good time to check whether cybercriminals shop as well… The holiday season encompasses two major sales events: the old Black Friday and his...Read More
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