[SecurityWeek] Flaws in Nagios Network Management Product Can Pose Risk to Many Companies

Researchers have discovered nearly a dozen vulnerabilities in widely used network management products from Nagios. The flaws could pose a serious risk to organizations as these types of products can be a tempting target for malicious actors.

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[BleepingComputer] Email fatigue among users opens doors for cybercriminals

When it comes to email security, a one-and-done approach never works. Using this multi-layered approach, which includes URL filtering, can often block malicious domains and downloads of malware, preventing systems from being infected in the first place. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

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[ZDNet] The best free VPNs: Why they don’t exist

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If you’re not paying for your VPN service, where is the provider getting the money to run it? The answer might cause you to lose some sleep. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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About the NCSC-FI daily news summary

The National Cyber Security Center of Finland provides a number of awesome services. One of those services is a news follow-up, which consists of the duty officers wading throught the masses of infosec news appearing every day and hand-picks the most important and significant ones. These are combined to an email digest, that is sent […]

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