This presentation will help you understand the risks, recognize when you have been compromised, and avoid credential theft
This article explains adding an additional password to the wp-login.php file. Every user will have to enter a secondary password before retrieving wp-login.
The NIST Computer Security Incident Handling Guide provides a framework for creating a company focused computer security incident response plan.
Phishing is a real problem, and that problem is only increasing in frequency. Phish attacks come in many different forms. Everyone is affected by phishing. Whether it be that a credit card number is stolen from your family member, or your friend gets their Facebook account hijacked, or you have your company web site blacklisted […]
Attacking software is really attacking the software development process. The adversary is looking to take advantage of software defects before those defects are repaired. This paper explores the attack timeline.
Content Filtering companies have gained quite a bit of traction in the Computer Network Defense (CND) industry. The goal of content filtering is to attempt to stem the carnage that malicious sites can wreak on unsuspecting individuals and companies by blocking access to malware and other forms of ransomware. The filtering engines work by way […]
Our online identity IS our identity. Someone masquerading as you is potentially a dangerous situation, but it is at least creepy. The problem is, as sure as everyone will pay taxes this year, we will all have our online identity compromised.
What do you tell your colleagues who have had their identity stolen? What do you tell your family who have not *yet* had their identity stolen? What should they do? And what should they have done in order to reduce the vulnerability?
This paper will give you ideas on preventing problems in online identity theft, and also provide guidance on how to fix a problem if it happens.
Hackers have a few things in their favor when it comes to getting into your network and stealing data. One of those things is the elusive zero day. When it comes to hacking, a zero day is an “exploitation against a publicly unknown vulnerability”. But hackers don’t need a zero day. They only need a […]
Putting your computer in chains is one way of hardening the system Computer Security. Kind of scary, actually. With the likes of Target going down to hackers in late 2013, and a large attack on Home Depot in 2014, what can the rest of us do? If Home Depot can be compromised, how can I protect […]