Blog Posts Tagged with "Encryption"
September 06, 2012 Added by:Scott Thomas
Learn about file versus whole disk encryption, as well as where keys are stored. Also learn to move the keys if you're going to wipe a drive. If I can offer anything to anyone about file encryption it would be to completely understand how it works before you play with live data...
September 04, 2012 Added by:Robert Siciliano
“EMV transactions require an authentic card validated either online by the issuer using a dynamic cryptogram or offline with the terminal... EMV transactions also create unique transaction data, so that any captured data cannot be used to execute new transactions...”
August 31, 2012 Added by:Dan Dieterle
The “Deep Web”, Dark Web or hidden internet, is a massive collection of sites and databases that don’t show up in standard search engines. So, is this a place that you want ANYONE on your corporate network to visit? NO WAY. Though many use Tor for legitimate purposes, the deep web just isn’t that kind of place...
August 23, 2012 Added by:Infosec Island Admin
ICS-CERT is aware of a report of hard-coded RSA SSL private key within RuggedCom’s Rugged Operating System (ROS). The vulnerability with proof-of-concept (PoC) exploit code by security researcher Justin W. Clarke can be used to decrypt SSL traffic between an end user and a RuggedCom network device...
August 09, 2012 Added by:Brent Huston
There is still room for improvement in the smart grid space: Encryption versus encoding, modern development security, JTAG protection, input validation and the usual application security shortcomings that the web and other platforms are struggling with. Default passwords, crypto keys and configurations still abound...
August 02, 2012 Added by:Infosec Island Admin
ICS-CERT has notified the affected vendor of the report and has asked the vendor to confirm the vulnerability and identify mitigations. ICS-CERT is issuing this alert to provide early notice of the report and identify baseline mitigations for reducing risks to these and other cybersecurity attacks...
July 31, 2012 Added by:Nicholas Cifranic
Android app stores such as Google Play have little or no security implementation, so anyone with a developer account may publish applications. Although Google has been attempting to enforce more controls to detect malicious apps, hackers are still publishing malware disguised as popular applications...
July 22, 2012 Added by:Fergal Glynn
If most websites can’t get password storage right, you can bet they can’t get storage of the content you are trusting them with right either. The private documents that you stored with your favorite cloud service are probably not encrypted in a way that only your account can decrypt, if they’re encrypted at all...
July 17, 2012 Added by:Dale Rapp
Free wireless hot spots deliver a high-speed internet connection, but this convenient no hassle access to the internet comes with a lack of security. This doesn't mean you should avoid accessing a free wireless hot spot, it just means you need to be aware of how to protect your device when you do...
July 17, 2012 Added by:Bill Mathews
Cloud security is tough for a lot of reasons, not least of which is because you probably only understand the basics of what you interface with - the controls the provider allows you to see. This lack of depth of management introduces many security related challenges. Having said that, let’s explore...
July 16, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los
If we as IT professionals and architects acknowledge that the perimeter is now around the data, what solutions do we have for protecting it? How can we protect data which is mobile, usable, and in a constant state of danger? The answer seems to be some form of protection that involves our old friend, encryption...
July 16, 2012 Added by:Headlines
Former Pentagon analyst F. Michael Maloof warns that the Chinese government has backdoor access to as much as eighty-percent of the worlds telecom traffic, giving the regime access to sensitive communications made possible by equipment from two Chinese based telecom giants - Huawei Technologies and ZTE...
July 13, 2012 Added by:Marc Quibell
If Yahoo took "security very seriously" this probably may not have happened. This is obviously a fail in their IT Security practices, on many accounts, beginning with the SQL Injection attack used to compromise the server - yes, it only took one server to compromise for this to occur...
July 12, 2012 Added by:Fergal Glynn
The impact of Insecure Cryptographic Storage flaws when exploited is usually quite high due to the fact that the information that is usually encrypted are important things like personally identifiable information, trade secrets, healthcare records, personal information and credit card numbers...
July 12, 2012 Added by:Headlines
Just a month after LinkedIn experienced a significant security breach and caught flack for not "salting their hash", the revelation that the Yahoo! credentials were not even stored in an encrypted format should have everyone concerned about how seriously companies are taking the security of their users...
July 10, 2012 Added by:Pierluigi Paganini
Tor Project found a vulnerability in Cyberoam DPI where all share the same digital certificate and the private key is the same for every device. The implications are serious, as it could be possible to catch traffic from any user by extracting the key and importing it into other DPI devices for interception...
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