Security news that informs and inspires


20 results for tag Internet:

No Easy Fix for BGP Leaks

We forget that the Internet is pretty fragile and when something breaks, there is collateral damage. DNS hijacking and BGP leaks are two of the problems we haven't fixed yet, and there aren't any easy solutions.

Internet, Networking

Empathy for Security Victims, Not Blame

Whenever there is a breach or security incident, the infosec quarterbacks are out in full force, speculating what went wrong and pointing out what "should" have been done. Empathy is needed to share what worked and what didn't, not smug superiority. Security is for everyone.


Mapping the Internet, Who’s Who? (Part Three)

It turned out to be harder than expected to create a definitive list of who is poking the Internet and looking for information about devices. Enter Grey Noise, whose mission is to count the scanners. While scanners scour the Internet looking for things, Grey Noise eavesdrops on everyone—researchers, defenders, and malicious actors—doing the scanning.

Internet, Cartography

Mapping the Internet, Navigation (Part Two)

Whether or not a map is valuable depends entirely on how well someone can use it to navigate from one place to another. Same goes for Internet scans. The scanning tools pull together different types of information, such as the kind of device and how it is configured, but the resulting map—the scan data—is valuable only if people can use it to answer important questions.

Internet, Cartography

Mapping the Internet, One Device at a Time (Part One)

Just as people use search engines such as Google, Bing, and DuckDuckGo to find specific information on the Internet, there are special search engines that can find information about Internet-connected devices and networks. Think webcams, printers, smart light bulbs, industrial control systems, monitoring systems. Information about these devices are just a special search query away.

Internet, Cartography