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[SecurityWeek] GitHub Encourages Users to Adopt Two-Factor Authentication

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Software repository platform GitHub is once again encouraging users to enable two-factor authentication (2FA) to better secure their accounts. The Microsoft-owned hosting service has had support for 2FA for eight years, and is now pushing for a wider use of the feature after it stopped accepting account passwords for authenticating Git operations. read more Source: […]

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[SANS ISC] Easy Access to the NIST RDS Database, (Sat, Jun 19th)

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When you’re facing some suspicious files while performing forensic investigations or analyzing malware components, it’s always interesting to know these files are legit or malicious/modified. One of the key sources to verify hashes is provided by NIST and is called the NSLR project (“National Software Reference Library”)[1]. They build “Reference Data Set” (RDS) of information that can be […]

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[ThreatPost] F5 Bug Could Lead to Complete System Takeover

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The worst of 13 bugs fixed by the August updates could lead to complete system compromise for users in sensitive sectors running products in Appliance mode. Source: Read More (Threatpost)

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