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Insecure Protocol Puts 1.2M SOHO Devices At Risk
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark ReadingNews
Enterprises should take care to prohibit NAT-PMP traffic on untrusted network interfaces.
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 10/22/2014
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Cyber Threats: Information vs. Intelligence
Matt Hartley, VP Product Management, iSIGHT PartnersCommentary
Cyber threat intelligence or CTI is touted to be the next big thing in InfoSec. But does it narrow the security problem or compound it?
By Matt Hartley VP Product Management, iSIGHT Partners, 10/22/2014
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'POODLE' Attacks, Kills Off SSL 3.0
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark ReadingNews
A newly discovered design flaw in an older version of SSL encryption protocol could be used for man-in-the-middle attacks -- leading some browser vendors to remove SSL 3.0 for good.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Executive Editor at Dark Reading, 10/15/2014
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Third-Party Code: Fertile Ground For Malware
Peter Zavlaris, Analyst, RiskIQCommentary
How big-brand corporate websites are becoming a popular method for mass distribution of exploit kits on vulnerable computers.
By Peter Zavlaris Analyst, RiskIQ, 10/15/2014
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Shellshock Mayhem Marks The Start Of Malware Mess
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark ReadingNews
Existing Mayhem botnet malware kit now includes Shellshock exploit -- and experts say that'll be the model for more enterprising criminals.
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 10/13/2014
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Yahoo Server Hack: Shellshocked Or Not?
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark ReadingNews
Yahoo goes on the record to state that an attack over the weekend was not related to Shellshock, but an independent researcher insists the Bash bug is rearing its head on Yahoo infrastructure.
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 10/7/2014
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FDA Delivers Medical Device Security Guidelines
Alison Diana, Senior EditorCommentary
As the FDA attempts to bolster the security of medical devices, some experts warn that guidance is too little, too late.
By Alison Diana Senior Editor, 10/3/2014
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Cloud Suppliers Quickly Patched Xen Bug
Charles Babcock, Editor At Large, InformationWeek Commentary
Amazon was fastest off the starting blocks to patch the Xen hypervisor bug; Rackspace and IBM SoftLayer soon followed.
By Charles Babcock Editor At Large, InformationWeek , 10/3/2014
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Software Assurance: Time to Raise the Bar on Static Analysis
Kevin E. Greene, Software Assurance Program Manager, Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology DirectorateCommentary
The results from tools studies suggest that using multiple tools together can produce more powerful analytics and more accurate results.
By Kevin E. Greene Software Assurance Program Manager, Department of Homeland Security Science & Technology Directorate, 9/30/2014
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Shellshock's Threat To Healthcare
Mac McMillan, CEO, CynergisTekCommentary
The Bash bug is everywhere, including in medical devices. The industry must be better prepared to protect itself and patients.
By Mac McMillan CEO, CynergisTek, 9/29/2014
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Shellshock Bug: 6 Key Facts
Thomas Claburn, Editor-at-LargeCommentary
The Shellshock bug could do more damage than the recent Heartbleed bug. Here's what you need to know.
By Thomas Claburn Editor-at-Large, 9/27/2014
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Amazon Reboots Cloud Servers, Xen Bug Blamed
Charles Babcock, Editor At Large, InformationWeek Commentary
Amazon tells customers it has to patch and reboot 10% of its EC2 cloud servers before Oct. 1.
By Charles Babcock Editor At Large, InformationWeek , 9/26/2014
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New CVE Naming Convention Could Break Vulnerability Management
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark ReadingNews
MITRE sets deadline for releasing new CVEs with different ID format syntax, regardless of how many vulnerabilities we see in 2014.
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 9/16/2014
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HealthCare.gov Breach: The Ripple Effect
Alison Diana, Senior EditorCommentary
Hackers breached a HealthCare.gov test server, reportedly affecting no records, but the repercussions could spread across many medical organizations.
By Alison Diana Senior Editor, 9/6/2014
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Secure The Core: Advice For Agencies Under Attack
Vijay Basani, CEO, EiQ NetworksCommentary
When facing state-sponsored attacks, perimeter security is never enough.
By Vijay Basani CEO, EiQ Networks, 9/3/2014
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Online Tools For Bug Disclosure Abound
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark ReadingNews
What's driving the bounty of software vulnerability disclosure offerings today from Bugcrowd, HackerOne, and Synack.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Executive Editor at Dark Reading, 8/26/2014
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When Big Data & Infants' Privacy Collide
Alison Diana, Senior EditorCommentary
Technology allows researchers to discover newborns' genetic secrets, but the long-term repercussions worry some parents and privacy advocates.
By Alison Diana Senior Editor, 8/25/2014
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All In For The Coming World of 'Things'
Don Bailey, Founder & CEO, Lab Mouse SecurityCommentary
At a Black Hat round table, experts discuss the strategies necessary to lock down the Internet of Things, the most game-changing concept in Internet history.
By Don Bailey Founder & CEO, Lab Mouse Security, 8/25/2014
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Hacker Or Military? Best Of Both In Cyber Security
John B. Dickson, CISSP,  Principal, Denim GroupCommentary
How radically different approaches play out across the security industry.
By John B. Dickson CISSP, Principal, Denim Group, 8/21/2014
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4 Tips: Protect Government Data From Mobile Malware
Julie M. Anderson, Managing Director, Civitas GroupCommentary
Mobile malware continues to proliferate, particularly on Android devices. These four steps help counter the threat.
By Julie M. Anderson Managing Director, Civitas Group, 8/20/2014
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