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DLL Injection Attack in Kerberos NPM package

DLL Injection Attack in Kerberos NPM package

Written by: Dan Shallom, Cyber-security expert at OP Innovate.  TL;DR There is a need for awareness of the potential risks of using open-source code Introducing the DLL preloading vulnerability we discovered on Kerberos. Mitigation & helpful tools and utilities. https://www.npmjs.com/advisories/1514 The CVE: https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/detail/CVE-2020-13110  For those who are not familiar with NPM (Node Package Manager), it is

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Don’t Let Hackers Hold Your Business for Ransom

Don’t Let Hackers Hold Your Business for Ransom

Ransomware is on the rise. It’s one of the biggest dangers facing small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) today, especially as it doesn’t differentiate between the recently recruited intern and the seasoned CEO. Anyone can be fooled into opening that malicious attachment. So much so that ransomware is predicted to reach US$20 billion by 2021. Furthermore,

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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Passwords

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Passwords

Do you have impressive credentials? Until quite recently, connecting to a website or online service meant simply typing in a username and password. In the early days, one could even get away with using the same password across multiple sites and services fairly safely. But as the ugly head of cybercrime rears its unwelcome visage,

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Not Swayed by the Bitcoin Hype?

Not Swayed by the Bitcoin Hype?

You May Not Have a Choice Who do I know who has bitcoin for sale? This question might seem somewhat irrelevant to you right now, especially if you’ve stayed far away from the hype. It is however highly relevant to anyone who has been attacked by ransomware. And you never know where ransomware will hit next

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The Aftermath of the Equifax Breach

The Aftermath of the Equifax Breach

Post Apocalypse Data World In Sept of 2017, news broke that Equifax, one of the world’s three largest consumer credit reporting bureaus, had suffered a massive data breach. This follows the infamous US OPM (Office of Personnel Management) hack of 2015. The OPM hack, of course, covered government employees and just about anyone who had

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