Tripwire Research Reveals Danger Of Using Freelance Web Developers

Research team finds websites built by freelance developers plagued with critical security failures Tripwire, Inc., a leading global provider of security and compliance solutions for enterprises and industrial organizations, today released findings from research investigating the dangers of turning over web development to an unqualified third party. Specifically, the research revealed that websites developed by […]

High-Tech Bridge Releases Application Security Trends Results

Meet High-Tech Bridge’s application security experts on stand S-48 at Infosecurity Europe The latest trends and insights on mobile and IoT security, DevSecOps, Bug Bounties, OWASP Top Ten and encryption. At Infosecurity Europe 2017, High-Tech Bridge, a leading provider of web and mobile application security testing services and a “Gartner Cool Vendor 2017”, released a summary report […]

The Media Trust Comments On Domain Phishing

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The Phishing season is on and it is year round because the phishing is so good with bogus domains as bait. Domain phishing is where hackers create domains that are nearly identical to a brand name website and most consumers will never know the difference until their credit card is used or they receive counterfeit […]

NSA Leaked Report Points To Users As 2FA’s Critical Flaw

Media outlets are today reporting:  The leaked NSA report shows 2-factor authentication has a critical weakness: You (preceding links the Mashable story). IT security experts from Balabit, Cyphort, STEALTHbits Technologies, VASCO Data Security and Imperva commented below. Csaba  Krasznay, PhD,  Product Evangelist at Balabit: “As we know, passwords are dead, but it seems that e-mails should be retired as well. The teenager generation […]

40% Of Brits Worried Thursday’s General Election Will Be Targeted By Hackers

Even though the voting process in the UK is currently not electronic, 40% of Brits surveyed by Avast in the last three days still expressed worries that the election may be targeted by hackers in some way, with only 24% claiming they were not worried at all. Despite 57% of the Association of Election Administrators’ […]

More Than Three Quarters Of Vulnerabilities Are Disclosed On Dark Web And Security Sources Before National Vulnerability Database Publication

Time lag of seven days between public disclosure and official notification places organizations at significant risk of threats and calls into question the reliability of official disclosure channels. BOSTON –  Recorded Future, the threat intelligence company, has today revealed new research uncovering that from over 12,500 disclosed Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs), more than 75% were […]