Duo Security will be exhibiting at VMworld 2015, hosted at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California from August 30-September 3!
There’s a new iOS vulnerability that may affect enterprises that use mobile device management (MDM) applications and clients, potentially exposing sensitive configuration settings, credentials, server information and more.
> An electronic health record (EHR) system provider has been breached, affecting 11 healthcare provider clients and 44 total radiology centers of the Indiana-based company, Medical Informatics Engineering (MIE).
> Nine people were charged for hacking, securities and wire fraud, as well as insider trading on Tuesday. Over a period of five years, hackers breached press release syndication websites, including Business Wire, PR Newswire and Marketwired and stole more than 150,000 press releases that revealed information on publicly traded companies.
Understanding Your Exposure to Stagefright Vulnerabilities Duo Labs / Featured Article
Learn more about the vulnerabilities of a component of the Android Operating System that may give an attacker complete control over affected devices via something as simple as a multimedia message (MMS) and understanding your exposure to stagefright vulnerabilities
In case you haven’t already heard the news, Google and Adobe just killed a popular information leak technique in the most recent version of Flash (v22.214.171.124). Mozilla went so far as to block Flash entirely.
According to a report from McAfee, Dissecting the Top Five Network Attack Methods: A Thief’s Perspective (PDF), the top network attack methods include network abuse (42 percent) and browser attacks (36 percent).
Financial credentials and data are often stolen due to major mobile app flaws, including authentication bypass, privilege escalation and weak password security.
Last week Duo announced the addition of more big brains to the Duo Labs research team to expand and renew focus on applied security research. The new members are Steve Manzuik as Director of Security Research, as well as Mikhail Davidov, Mark Loveless and Darren Kemp.
According to a new report, the Infoblox DNS Threat Index (PDF), phishing is growing in a big way, increasing 74 percent in the second quarter of 2015.
Reactions to the remote Jeep hacking incident include less-than-secure patching methods and a new automobile infosec bill proposal.
Vulnerability Disclosures, Discussions and Days Gone By... Duo Labs / Featured Article
Check out a timeline of the vulnerability disclosure debate brought to you by Duo Labs!