If the average American has the right to defend his home by striking back, why can he or she not defend networks in a similar fashion?
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Defending against ransomware will take a move to zero-trust, argues Daniel Spicer, CSO, Ivanti. Source: Read More (Threatpost)
Major vulnerability patched in the EU’s eIDAS authentication system www.zdnet.com/article/major-vulnerability-patched-in-the-eus-eidas-authentication-system/ Vulnerability would have allowed attackers to pose as any EU citizen or business. SEC Consult researchers said they found that current versions of the eIDAS-Node package fail to validate certificates used in eIDAS operations, allowing attackers to fake the certificate of any other eIDAS citizen […]
The banking trojan keeps switching up its lies, trying to fool Android users into clicking on a fake Flubot-deleting app or supposedly uploaded photos of recipients. Source: Read More (Threatpost)