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Encryption Backdoors Will Make Us All More Vulnerable

Encryption Backdoors Will Make Us All More Vulnerable

In the aftermath of every terrorist attack or high-profile cybercrime, it is usually revealed by security professionals through the media that the terrorists or criminals used encrypted communications, enabling them to plan and coordinate their activities without raising suspicion among the intelligence and law enforcement communities.

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Why Would Anyone Bother to Hack Your Website?

Why Would Anyone Bother to Hack Your Website?

Your website is among hundreds of millions of websites worldwide, so you’re probably wondering why anyone would bother breaking into yours. Sure, you’ve invested time, money and effort to build your website, but there’s probably nothing there that is valuable enough to attract the attention of cybercriminals. Or so you might think…

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How to Foil Brute Force Password Attacks

How to Foil Brute Force Password Attacks

WordPress administrators take note: According to Microsoft security researcher Ross Bevington, brute-force attackers focus primarily on guessing short passwords to gain entry into protected systems. He found that very few attacks involve access credentials comprised of long passwords, or passwords that use complex character combinations. These conclusions are the result of analysis of data collected […]

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A Web Application Firewall Provides Essential Protection

A Web Application Firewall Provides Essential Protection

A web application firewall is software that filters out malicious requests and content from your website, which protects your visitors from harm, as well as safeguards your intellectual property and the time and expense that went into developing your website. The firewall software resides on the same server as your website. Among the common types […]

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Do Not Let Employees Bring IoT Devices into Your Workplace

Do Not Let Employees Bring IoT Devices into Your Workplace

Internet of Things (IoT) devices are notorious for their lack of security features, making them attractive to hackers who can use them as soft access points to reach critical systems on the wider corporate network. In addition, these devices may be invisible to corporate IT administrators. For these reasons alone, companies should forbid employees from […]

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