Recently, Duo Labs security researchers found a few sketchy certificates on a Dell Inspiron 14 laptop we purchased last week to conduct a larger research project. Read on for more about Superfish 2: eDellRoot Boogaloo.
> At Duo Labs, we recently studied the state of outdated iOS devices in past article. With the recent release of iOS 9, we revisited this discussion, given the unique device-based insight our service can provide.
Going back to security basics, here’s a simple concept to consider: Stolen user credentials directly result in many a data breach. Especially if those credentials are privileged.
Duo Security is accepting nominations for the 2016 Women in Security Awards! We’d like to recognize the contributions women are making and encourage the growth of a new generation in the security industry.
A few new and revamped versions of point-of-sale (PoS) malware have made the news recently for their ability to evade detection and target the exact location of customer credit and debit card data - just in time for the holiday season!
Yet more new research reveals the risks presented by Adobe Flash Player and outdated web browsers, as Adobe releases a new version of Flash to fix critical security vulnerabilities.
One way that malicious hackers get access to healthcare data is through remote, online access - they often find a way to compromise Internet-facing servers housing databases of patient information.
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