MFA Spamming

When Security Measures Go Wrong

When Security Measures Go Wrong Jan 18, 2024The Hacker NewsAuthentication Security / Passwords In today’s digital landscape, traditional password-only authentication systems have proven to be vulnerable to a wide range of cyberattacks. To safeguard critical business resources, organizations are increasingly turning to multi-factor authentication (MFA) as a more robust security Read more…

Webinar – Leverage Zero Trust Security to Minimize Your Attack Surface

Webinar – Leverage Zero Trust Security to Minimize Your Attack Surface

Webinar – Leverage Zero Trust Security to Minimize Your Attack Surface Jan 08, 2024NewsroomCyber Security / Zero Trust Digital expansion inevitably increases the external attack surface, making you susceptible to cyberthreats. Threat actors increasingly exploit the vulnerabilities stemming from software and infrastructure exposed to the internet; this ironically includes security Read more…

SSH Protocol Security

New Terrapin Flaw Could Let Attackers Downgrade SSH Protocol Security

New Terrapin Flaw Could Let Attackers Downgrade SSH Protocol Security Jan 01, 2024NewsroomEncryption / Network Security Security researchers from Ruhr University Bochum have discovered a vulnerability in the Secure Shell (SSH) cryptographic network protocol that could allow an attacker to downgrade the connection’s security by breaking the integrity of the Read more…