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Palo Alto Networks & Splunk: Combining Next-generation Solutions to Defeat Advanced Threats

Read how Palo Alto Networks strategic partnership with Splunk offers joint customers better, risk-informed decision-making.
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Die Zwei um Zwölf: Advanced Persistent Threats und Modern Malware

Nachrichten über Malware, Cyber-Attacken und Sicherheitshinweise erscheinen mittlerweile fast täglich in den Medien. Sei es der Cyber Angriff auf das deutsche Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt oder das SSL-gesicherte Server plötzlich von einer Schwachstelle betroffen sind. Als „normaler“ Anwender steht man diesen modernen Bedrohungen eher hilflos gegenüber und versucht mit einzelnen Hilfsmitteln die Sicherheit wieder herzustellen. Unser Webinar soll Ihnen einen Überblick über moderne Bedrohungen geben und Lösungsmöglichkeiten aufzeigen, wie sich ein Unternehmen gegen moderne Angriffe heutzutage schützen kann.
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Heartbleed ahead for enterprises?

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Palo Alto Networks Identifies 21 New Critical Vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer

Palo Alto Networks® (NYSE: PANW), the leader in enterprise security, today announced that the company’s threat research team identified 21 critical zero-day vulnerabilities affecting Microsoft’s Internet Explorer.
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Palo Alto Networks Identifies 21 New Critical Vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer

Today, Microsoft patched 59 Internet Explorer vulnerabilities, 21 of them discovered by Palo Alto Networks researchers. Palo Alto Networks is committed not only to detecting attacks, but preventing them as well. Our internal research team discovered each of these 21 vulnerabilities and reported them to Microsoft so they could begin building and testing patches. Microsoft
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How To Defend Against Advanced IE Exploitation

In February, Microsoft awarded $100,000 to Yu Yang (@Tombkeeper) for reporting a new mitigation bypass technique as part of Microsoft’s Bounty Program. Yu later demonstrated his research at CanSecWest in March. In his slides, he mentioned that a “god mode” of Internet Explorer could be turned on by a one byte overwrite. However, he had
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The Battle for cyber security

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