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Cyber Threats increase during the Holidays! Preparation is key.  Discover the latest cybersecurity technical articles designed to help your company reduce its risk against common vulnerabilities that we find daily.

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Red Team vs Penetration Testing

Evolving Your Cybersecurity: From Penetration Testing to Red Teaming

While penetration testing is valuable in identifying technical vulnerabilities, red teaming provides a more holistic assessment by simulating realistic threat scenarios. By embracing red teaming, organizations can bolster their defenses, uncover weaknesses, and stay one step ahead of sophisticated adversaries.

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How to prevent active directory attack

AS-REP Roasting

Kerberos Authentication Service Response (AS-REP) Roasting, a technique similar to Kerberoasting, has gained prominence as a method for attackers to compromise Active Directory (AD) authentication systems.

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mass assignment vulnerability- Web Application Security

Mass Assignment Vulnerabilities

Mass Assignment Vulnerability occurs when a web application allows users to submit a more extensive set of data than is intended or safe. The potential consequences of this vulnerability can be severe

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IDOR Fix

Insecure Direct Object Reference (IDOR)

Insecure Direct Object Reference (IDOR) vulnerabilities pose a significant risk to the security of web applications, allowing attackers unauthorized access to sensitive data and functionalities. By understanding the implications of IDOR and adopting secure coding practices, web developers can protect their applications and users from potential exploitation.

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Ransomware Nightmare

Android Malware

The likelihood of a cyber attack on a mobile platform is significantly high, but how difficult is it for a malicious actor to generate malware? You might be surprised.

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Network Pen Testing Companies

Attack Surface Management (ASM)

Today, cybercriminals have plenty of entry points to exploit. Therefore, it has become crucial for organizations to improve their attack surface visibility to have more effective protection. This is where attack surface management (ASM) comes into play. This article will explore all about attack surface management (ASM), including its importance, working principle, and benefits.

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Offensive Security

Offensive Security

What is Offensive Security? Discover Offensive Security and learn how Offensive Security can help strengthen your cybersecurity posture. Links to tools.

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Social Engineering

What is Social Hacking?

Social hacking is an attack on the human operating system, which tries to exploit the vulnerabilities in the human OS mostly related to authority, trust, or fear. To help better understand how social hacking works, let's take its most common form the phishing email (scam email) and see how it works.

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Common Attacks

Microsoft Windows Laptop Security

Malicious actors prey on weak configurations like locusts. Microsoft, despite knowing that their operating systems, have inherent weaknesses have done little to enhance their initial security outside of remediation for publicly known vulnerabilities.

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What is Penetration Testing?

What is Penetration Testing & Its Different Types

Manual Penetration Testing is essential for critical infrastructure. Scanning for vulnerabilities within ICS/SCADA networks without improper supervision can cause many systems to be overwhelmed and go offline. The potential consequences of disrupting critical systems is great.

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