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Todays comprehensive monitoring capabilities in Security Center provide great insight into bot activity and countermeasures applied across your valuable web properties. Filter options allow you to focus on almost any desired detail. However, understanding what is happening on specific protected endpoints requires an understanding of not only Web Security Analytics, but also how you should translate a specific question into a sequence of filters. This can be tedious for a
The rise of credential stuffing attacks globally is made possible by the tendency of customers' re-using the same credentials across different websites and attackers' easy access to stolen credential lists.
Credential stuffing, and the botnets behind this activity, is the primary focus of the State of the Internet Security Report, Issue 4, 2018. Credential stuffing, the use of botnets to try to login to a site with stolen or randomly created login information, isn't a new phenomenon, but it is one that is having a growing impact, especially on financial services organizations. Our latest report takes a deeper look at
Like many other security professionals, you have been reviewing your security stack, reading up on the latest security trends, and have perhaps recently attended Info-Sec, RSA, Black Hat or some other relevant conference. Along the way, you may have seen messaging for recursive DNS (rDNS) as a security layer. However, it's hard for you to believe DNS is an effective security control, as you know it is a lookup service
On Wednesday, August 22nd, the Apache team patched another vulnerability in the Apache Struts2 framework. Apache Struts is an open-source web application framework for developing Java web applications. The vulnerability exists when these conditions are met: The alwaysSelectFullNamespace flag setting is set to true in the Struts configuration. The Struts configuration file contains an <action ...> tag that does not specify either the optional namespace attribute or a wildcard namespace.
In March 2017, Akamai released a post, "On Web Cache Deception Attacks". A presentation at the Black Hat conference by James Kettle from Port Swigger on web cache poisoning has recently raised awareness of cache poisoning. This is a class of vulnerability with a long history. Cache poisoning can be defended against by properly configuring caching controls on both customer sites and the Akamai platform. Customers should consult with their
On the week of July 15th, researcher Juha-Matti Tilli disclosed a vulnerability in the Linux kernel to the kernel maintainers, the National Cyber Security Center - Finland (NCSC-FI), CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC), and Akamai. The vulnerability, CVE-2018-5391, is a resource exhaustion attack triggered by a specially crafted stream of IP datagrams that cause expensive processing within the Linux kernel. This vulnerability is similar to the Linux TCP vulnerability announced August,
On the week of July 15th researcher Juha-Matti Tilli disclosed a vulnerability he discovered in the Linux kernel to the kernel maintainers, the National Cyber Security Center - Finland (NCSC-FI), CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC), and Akamai. The vulnerability, CVE-2018-5390, is a resource exhaustion attack triggered by a specially crafted stream of TCP segments which creates expensive processing within the Linux kernel. In preparation for the public disclosure of the vulnerability,
Competitive Differentiation Guide for Financial Services in Digital India We are a young nation 1.3 billion strong, of which just about 500 million are active internet users. Not a small number by any means. We have world's second largest pool of internet users and our online population is larger than the total population of United States of America! However, what we as a nation along with the whole world, really