4 posts from January 2017

January 26, 2017

Where does security sit in the IT organization? What techniques do you use to improve security awareness? How do you handle phishing and suspicious activity from insiders and contractors? Imperva CISO, Shahar Ben Hador, answered...Read More
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January 19, 2017

In a previous Imperva Hacker Intelligence Initiative (HII) report we delved into some of the financial aspects of phishing and credential theft. Obviously, one of the important factors in the cost of a campaign is...Read More
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January 17, 2017

On December 25th 2016, a critical new vulnerability in PHPMailer was made public. The open source PHP library for email handling embeds email functionality in web applications. This recent vulnerability takes advantage of insufficient validation...Read More
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January 05, 2017

Since 2010, 68 vulnerabilities of Apache Struts—the popular open source framework used for building web applications—have been published. Although all of them have been mitigated through patches, hackers still constantly exploit these vulnerabilities to launch...Read More
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