VPN, virtual private network

VPNFilter Malware worse than we thought

  Recently we created an article giving a detailed explanation on a current threat facing over 500,000 devices, known as the VPNFilter malware.This malware had become a prominent issue fast and had been tied to an origin in Russia. Initially it was thought that resetting your homes router and modem would address the problem, but

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Analysis of VPNFilter botnet

EL5 As we move forward in our technological advancements, there will be a concurring rise in damage that results from technological attacks. The more interconnected we become, the more vulnerable we are when a new form of threat arises. VPNFilter demonstrates how cybercriminals advance with the new technology and integrate degrees of portability by building

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Cisco has a severe VPN bug, Patch immediately!

This just in, Cisco, the “worldwide leader in IT and networking”  has a severe but, that has been rated a “10 out of 10” by a security researcher. The bug has to do with Cisco’s ASA software (Adaptive security Appliance). This bug is identified as a severe double-free vulnerability that is located in the Secure

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Network Segmentation Security

As we all know, cyber attacks are becoming more and more commonly talked about. Defending yourself against a cyber attack can be difficult, there are so many forms of cyber attacks and multiple ways you can try to anticipate them. However, network segmentation is effective for anyone and everyone in helping to slow down the

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Layered email security

We all have loads of emails coming in on a daily, especially if your a business. However we all also receive a bunch of spam, and some that have very bad intent for your security! Phishing attacks are becoming some of the most prominent forms of security breaches. Phishing attacks: Phishing is the attempt to

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Man-In-The-Middle-Attacks, dont get caught in the middle!

the Man in the Middle (MitM), is a form of cyber attack that abuses public WiFi access to hack into peoples information that may pertain to messages to transactions, and even saved passwords. How it works- Clients (which is you) use an access point in a public location, simply put, public wifi, for example caribou.

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