Economic Impact of DMARC for companies across the globe

Economic Impact of DMARC for companies

What is DMARC? DMARC is a security standard which allows a domain to declare a policy of how it wants email processors to examine and treat emails claiming to be from that declaring domain. The core policies are “none” (do nothing special, and optionally report), or “quarantine” or “reject” messages which fail various other security […]

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Latest DNS Spoofing attacks use fragmented datagrams. Can you avoid it?

dns spoofing using fragmented datagrams

With a little attention, as it turns out, one can spoof fake DNS responses using fragmented datagrams. How is it done? To match authentic DNS responses to their corresponding queries, resolvers and operating system check: Name of the query Type of the query Source/destination address Destination port (16 bits) DNS transaction ID (16 bits) The […]

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Prevent the Fileless Attacks for your Windows PC

fileless attack

What is a Fileless or non-malware attack A non-malware attack is one in which an attacker uses existing software, allowed applications and authorized protocols to carry out malicious activities. Non-malware attacks are capable of gaining control of computers without downloading any malicious files, hence the name. Non-malware attacks are also referred to as fileless, memory-based […]

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Ransomware Action Plan for Indian Businesses

Indian businesses

Sometime in May last year the world woke up to the menace Ransomware can cause. Corporations were caught unaware of something as dangerous as ransomware could strike them and rake up millions of dollars in damages at multiple levels. There is no question vulnerabilities remain given the penetration of different technologies in our lives and […]

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2 million network storage devices affected by unpatched zero-day vulnerabilities!

2 million network storage devices

Network storage devices (NAS), are critical for small and medium businesses as it adds to the extra storage space when these business are running out of space. Critical shortcomings have been discovered in the NAS devices such as WD my book, SeaGate home, Medion Lifecloud, Netgear Stora. This critical vulnerability allows actors to exploit the […]

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Facebook’s massive Data breach: what you need to know

facebook data breach

The worries for facebook do not seem to stop with cambridge analytica and this time around it’s a massive data breach of almost 50 million user accounts and another 40 million which are at risk, the vulnerability allowed hackers to take direct access to all these accounts information. As per Facebook, the bugs that enabled […]

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Avoiding the rising DNS Binding Attacks for the smart devices

Is your device safe from DNS Rebinding Attack_

What is a DNS Rebinding Attack? DNS Rebinding Attacks are where the attacker tricks the user into binding with malicious websites and then making the user browser or device access unintended domains. Such attacks are normally used to compromise the system and exploit it as proxy for attacking the internal network. How DNS Rebinding Attacks […]

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FelixRoot Backdoor Malware Resurfaced in a recent Campaign

Felixroot Backdoor

Felixroot Backdoor was first spotted in September 2017 in Ukraine spreading through pernicious banking documents with macros downloading the back door of C&C server. Felixroot Backdoor malware campaign has resurfaced using Microsft Office vulnerabilities CVE-2017-0199 and CVE-2017-11882 to compromise the victim’s windows computers. It is being distributed by the file name “Seminal.rtf” claiming to provide information on […]

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