[HackerNews] Solution Providers Can Now Add Incident Response to Their Services Portfolio For Free

The Incident Response (IR) services market is in accelerated growth due to the rise in cyberattacks that result in breaches. More and more organizations, across all sizes and verticals, choose to outsource IR to 3rd party service providers over handling security incidents in-house.

Cynet is now launching a first-of-its-kind offering, enabling any Managed Security Provider (MSP) or Security

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[HackerNews] New Azure AD Bug Lets Hackers Brute-Force Passwords Without Getting Caught

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Cybersecurity researchers have disclosed an unpatched security vulnerability in the protocol used by Microsoft Azure Active Directory that potential adversaries could abuse to stage undetected brute-force attacks. “This flaw allows threat actors to perform single-factor brute-force attacks against Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) without generating sign-in events in the targeted organization’s Source: Read More (The […]

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