The Great DNS Vulnerability of 2008 by Dan Kaminsky Duo Labs / Featured Article
Learn about a widespread, critical DNS vulnerability that affected early every DNS server on the planet, and watch an animated retelling of the story by Dan Kaminsky.
Here at Duo, we took a look at our customers in the healthcare industry compared to the rest of our users to gain insight into the current security health of their devices. It doesn’t look good.
A History of SQL Injection (Now With More Pirates) Duo Labs / Featured Article
Find out about the history of SQL injection, and how modern uses of the attack can lead to the fall of government leaders and the rise of pirates.
There’s two new critical vulnerabilities affecting QuickTime for Windows - and the only mitigation is to uninstall it, according to ThreatPost. That’s because Apple is deprecating QuickTime for Microsoft Windows, meaning they’re no longer issue security updates for it on Windows.
Clippy, the Microsoft Office Assistant, was a valuable lesson in failed intelligent user interfaces and secure code. Watch a video of Dan Kaminsky’s take on Who Killed Clippy? as he details hacking Windows Vista and Clippy.
Emergency Flash Patch Now Available - Update Immediately Industry News / Featured Article
Update Adobe Flash to v188.8.131.52 or v184.108.40.2066 on Linux operating systems.
Be on the lookout for yet another Adobe Flash Player emergency patch to apply immediately if your users still have Flash installed on their devices, to be released as soon as tomorrow.
Disrupting Nation State Hackers With the Security Basics Industry News / Featured Article
Earlier this year at the USENIX Engima information security conference held in San Francisco, NSA’s Rob Joyce gave a talk, Disrupting Nation State Hackers on how to keep people like him (nation state and other types of hackers) out of their systems.
A cheatsheet of different POS malware recently discovered - including how they infect systems, evade detection, bypass antivirus, steal credit card data and more.