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Abandoned Websites Haunt Corporations
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Dr.T
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Dr.T,
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10/29/2018 | 8:28:28 PM
2FA
This means a US company has an average of 85.1 applications that can be easily discovered externally and are not protected by 2FA,,,, This is interesting. Most internet applications do not use 2FA, it ps not surprising.
Dr.T
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Dr.T,
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10/29/2018 | 8:22:45 PM
70%
70% of the FT 500 can find information for accessing old websites for sale on the Dark Web 70% is quite high, it must be quite profitable.
Dr.T
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Dr.T,
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10/29/2018 | 8:20:49 PM
Re: Abandoned anything
they still host data that serve in arrows pointing to places I agree, developers may be forgetting citing the access to the data as they forget shutting down the application.
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Dr.T,
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10/29/2018 | 8:18:34 PM
Re: Abandoned anything
Homes - subway stations (fascinating) and more always invite BAD somewhere in time. Web site may be good but when accessing in strarbuks it is being exposed to threats.
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Dr.T,
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10/29/2018 | 8:15:57 PM
Website is not the problem
Website is not the problem, data behind that are the concern, lots of all web applications access the database without upgraded security measures.
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REISEN1955,
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10/24/2018 | 3:14:55 PM
Abandoned anything
Homes - subway stations (fascinating) and more always invite BAD somewhere in time.  Not surprised about dead websites, they still host data that serve in arrows pointing to places perhaps not accessible directly.


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