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The booming price of Bitcoin and other crypto-coins has kicked off a gold rush among malicious hackers keen to cash in, warn security firms. Many sites are now harbouring code that secretly uses a visitors' computer to mine the valuable e-cash coins. Palo Alto Networks said it had found Coin-Hive on almost 150 separate domains. The most popular locations for the code were porn, video and file-sharing sites.
In the last month or so we have seen lots of network vulnerability scanning for the following 3 Threat IDs coming from all over the world. - MVPower DVR TV Shell Unauthenticated Command Execution Vulnerability(30426) - WebUI mainfile.php Arbitrary Command Injection Vulnerability(38836) - Wireless IP Camera Pre-Auth Info Leak Vulnerability(33556) We
In the cybersecurity field, where women compose only 11 percent of the workforce, there is a serious shortage of qualified professionals, threatening to hinder the pace and progress of fighting cybercrime. An influx of skilled women would change the equation. To that end, the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC) drew more than 18,000 attendees, when it took place...
If you use Traps 4.1 and macOS High Sierra, Microsoft Office or Windows, then the following information is going to be very important to know about. There have been many enhancements (fixes) that have been included in the latest version of Traps 4.1.1. You can find all of the
Will the GP VPN client provide encryption for WPA2 sessions comprimised by the recent KRACK method? Does that cover all the OS varients - Win, Mac, IoS, android? I realize that only covers traffic routed back to the firewall.
Cybersecurity has traditionally been a subject only a few executives were expected to understand. However, as additional security concerns are spreading across businesses, cybersecurity now concerns all members of the C-Suite. For example: The chief financial officer needs to ensure secure transactions between financial institutions or business partners. The chief marketing officer needs to master how to securely leverage digital...
Breakdowns in routine cyber hygiene have resulted in several recent security breaches at online retailers. CISOs, CIOs, and board members are, therefore, coming to understand that basic infrastructure and security protocols must be upheld to protect the business from cyber criminals and threats. Basic hygiene includes understanding where the most valuable assets reside, deprovisioning legacy assets, configuring the system with...
I'm sorry you can't find what you're looking for. Need a problem solved but not sure how to proceed, like Brainy down here? I frequently misplace stuff, and sometimes even lose things. I don't know why exactly, seeing that I'm a bit scatter-brained and disorganized myself but, for some reason,
I am getting the follwoing error repetedly in PAN-OS 8.0.5 > tail mp-log ms.log 2017-10-18 21:14:53.743 -0700 Error: ebl_verify_fetched_copy(pan_cfg_ebl.c:2241): EDL entry(0x1068000, 0x1e760800, 0x12cb6000 vsys1/EDl-IP, 0, 1 ip) Old refreshed file type is either not a text file or empty file or no old file exist. 2017-10-18 21:14:53.743 -0700 Error:
SANTA CLARA, Calif. – October 19, 2017 – Palo Alto Networks® (NYSE: PANW), the next-generation security company, today announced that Telkom Indonesia —Indonesia’s state-owned telecommunications and network service provider – selected the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform to ensure it has a secure base from which to move forward with its global expansion.
Hi, today from 15.10 to 16.10 I received more than 15600 calls from the same IP. The Windows 2012 server already has a function against SYN ATTACK and TCP FLOOD, and I see it on the tcp-rst-from-server log monitor, but they are very small compared to those aged-out. It's been
It’s no secret that IoT security is a problem. That’s why there are so many regulations and initiatives aimed at fixing the issue. But even with the right measures in place, networking professionals still need to be careful how they deploy IoT. To those ends, a number of best practices have been published to guide IoT deployments. Here’s a run down...
Cyber threats have zoomed to the top of chief executives’ worry lists for fear a data breach could cost them their jobs and take down their businesses. The fallout of attacks on companies from Target Corp. to Yahoo Inc. and, most recently, Equifax Inc. has thrust more corporate bosses to the front line of cybersecurity issues and changed the way...
Public cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) or Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offerings, such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud Platform, can quickly and economically accommodate unexpected or temporary business computing workloads. Many aviation organizations are extending their private data centers to the public cloud for a hybrid cloud model for competitive and operational benefits. In the aviation industry, concerns over data, workloads, siloed legacy systems, processes, infrastructure security and latency are still a major concern. Regardless of where data resides, is ultimately the target of malicious entities. Learn how Palo Alto Networks is taking care of this challenge
It’s commonly accepted that your users are the weakest link in your security chain. That is actually not true in a lot of cases, though. The reality is that your true Achilles heel is probably your board of directors. Rick Howard, chief security officer of Palo Alto Networks, pointed out that board members, on the other hand, are not employees and generally operate completely outside the scope and protection of your information security tools and policies—using personal computers and mobile devices.
Literally if you are in Washington DC! What is it? Leading government, cybersecurity, and industry professionals will gather together on October 23 and 24, 2017 for an interactive conversation on next-generation threat prevention at the Palo Alto Networks Federal Ignite 2017. When: Monday October 23 and Tuesday October