Rise in Phishing Attacks

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Cyber Criminals Are Circling the Phishing Pond Cyber security surveys suggest that phishing is the most common type of online attack, claiming more and more victims as technology advances. Because it occurs in many forms, it might be time to familiarize yourself with phishing. There are various tricks cyber criminals use to attract unsuspecting people. […]

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Imperva Hacked

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Imperva Hacked: API Keys, SSL Certificates Stolen Based in California, USA, Imperva offers Cybersecurity software and services designed to protect enterprise data, detect and block malicious attacks and other web-based security measures. However, Imperva itself suffered a cyber attack last week when a data breach affected users of Imperva’s Cloud Web Application Firewall (WAF). This […]

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Coping up with evolving priorities and challenges of CISOs

Coping up with evolving Priorities and Challenges of CISOs

With the increasing cybersecurity attacks the role of CISOs have evolved drastically from their roles 20 years ago. CISOs have climbed up the executive management ladder due to their increase role in scale, scope and importance. Cybersecurity has become increasingly critical to the bottom line for many organizations, and the associated risks and costs have increased […]

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Logix SupportDesk Android App- Providing 24 x 7 support to all our customers

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We believe in serving our customers without any delay. In order to provide complete and unhindered support to our 2200+ customers, we are glad to launch our SupportDesk mobile ticketing app on Google Play for an unmatched 24 x 7 Support at your fingertips! Logix SupportDesk Highlights: First-of-its-kind by any IT service provider. For ease […]

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Web applications: new back-doors to access private data

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Multiple rogue web applications can be used to attack vulnerable browser extension and exploiting private data becomes easier for adversaries post the access is granted. This is alarming mainly because a normal person browsing the internet is caught unaware of something like this even exists. Various browsers – Chrome, Firefox, Opera extension have been tested […]

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Penetration Test vs Vulnerability Assessment. Choose wisely, stay protected.

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It is definitely surprising that most people take penetration testing for vulnerability testing and vice-versa, sometimes even forego one for the other. Penetration testing exploits vulnerabilities in your system architecture, while vulnerability assessment checks for known vulnerabilities and generates a report on risk exposure. Both penetration testing and vulnerability assessment depend mostly on three factors: […]

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

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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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Are your website images secured?

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Malware can enter your machine through corrupted images on any website. Malware is stored in Exchangeable Image File Format (EXIF) data. Recently instances have occurred where in hackers are hiding malware in the images and uploading such images to the Google’s official CDN (Content Delivery Network) – googleusercontent.com. How malware is embedded in an image? […]

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