Top 10 Common Network Security Threats Explained
The old childhood warning “Stranger danger!” has withstood the test of time even in our modern, developed world. Now that most of our daily procedures and activities are automatized and available for use on the Internet, we need to take the same level of precaution we did as children, crossing to the other side of the street whenever we saw a suspicious stranger. This precaution is needed even more after seeing some critical statistics surface, claiming that nearly one-third of the world’s computers are infected with some type of malware.
Is WordPress secure?
WordPress is one of the most high-profile open source CMS's in use today. Being that 60% of all CMS websites use Wordpress, and 31% of all websites on the Internet use it, it's safe to say that it's a frequent target of security exploits.
Top 15 Ethical Hacking Tools used by Infosec Professionals
Automated tools now rule the Internet; you can find a few to make your social networks grow, others to answer emails automatically, and even bots to help your online customers. Of course, hacking has evolved too: nowadays you can find a lot of automated OSINT Tools that can help anyone with security research and intel reconnaissance in a way that just wasn’t possible twenty years ago.
DNSSEC – What is it? Why is it so important?
The Domain Name System (DNS) is one of the most popular Internet services in use, and at the same time, it’s among the most complex. Without DNS we couldn’t resolve hostnames into IP addresses. Domains themselves are hugely popular as well, as anyone can register a domain name to start an online business.
How much cryptocurrency can a web cryptominer actually mine?
In 2017, we’ve seen a resurrection, of sorts, of web mining. Why do we say “resurrection”? Because despite a drop in popularity after its release to the world in 2011, it has recently been re-introduced to us in a new form.