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Content tagged with Compliance posted in August 2006
App Proxies: No Reviving the Dream
News  |  8/31/2006  | 
Application proxies stir up fond memories of more enterprise control, but chances of resurgence are slim
Wireless Piggybackers Put on Notice
News  |  8/30/2006  | 
New California law encourages users to lock up WLANs, setting the stage for criminal action against hackers and piggybackers
Study: Rethink the Outsider Threat
News  |  8/28/2006  | 
DOJ data turns conventional wisdom on its head: Biggest enterprise threat is more than likely external
Holes Remain in SSL VPNs
News  |  8/25/2006  | 
SSL VPN products have gotten more secure in the past year, but the technology still isn't safe when users log on via third-party machines
Flaws Reported in Bank of America System
News  |  8/18/2006  | 
Sestus, rival to vendor of Bank of America's SiteKey authentication system, reports vulnerabilities in the Sitekey technology
'Analog Hackers' Overlooked, Undetected
News  |  8/17/2006  | 
Many enterprises secure electronic access points but fail to see their own front doors as vulnerable
Researchers Break Into Bank
News  |  8/10/2006  | 
Cardiff University researchers have discovered how to access online accounts of HSBC banking customers
Eliminating the Laptop Threat
News  |  8/10/2006  | 
Here's a real different take on dual-factor authentication
The Portable Puzzle
News  |  8/10/2006  | 
Solutions for managing security of mobile systems and portable storage devices still elude many enterprises
No Wires & No Policies
News  |  8/2/2006  | 
Despite the convenience of wireless and portable devices, most security policies still don't embrace them, according to a new Dark Reading survey
Social Networking Gone Bad
News  |  8/2/2006  | 
Worms and adware attacks are just a taste of what social networking sites could face as they evolve and attackers get more focused


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Ransomware Is Not the Problem
Adam Shostack, Consultant, Entrepreneur, Technologist, Game Designer,  6/9/2021
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How Can I Test the Security of My Home-Office Employees' Routers?
John Bock, Senior Research Scientist,  6/7/2021
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New Ransomware Group Claiming Connection to REvil Gang Surfaces
Jai Vijayan, Contributing Writer,  6/10/2021
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RIOT-OS 2021.01 before commit 85da504d2dc30188b89f44c3276fc5a25b31251f contains a buffer overflow which could allow attackers to obtain sensitive information.