Breaking Cybersecurity Myths
We’re now at a point where cybersecurity is considered an integral part of any business, no matter how big or small. You’d be hard-pressed to find any organization that doesn’t have at least some form of cybersecurity procedures and practices in its business model, and for good reason.
Cyber Crime Investigation Tools and Techniques Explained
Investigating a crime scene is not an easy job. It requires years of study to learn how to deal with hard cases, and most importantly, get those cases resolved. This applies not only to real-world crime scenes, but also to those in the digital world.
Top 5 Talks from the 36th Chaos Communication Congress
With topics ranging from security, hardware and science to ethics, art and culture, the 36th Chaos Communication Congress delivered a lot of outstanding lectures, and we wanted to share our favorite five.
Hacker Hunks and Nerd Punks: 36th Chaos Communication Congress
In the days between Christmas and New Year’s Eve when holiday markets close their stands and put away their decorations, and the smell of mulled wine begins to fade, the vibrant German city of Leipzig becomes a hot spot for tens of thousands of hackers, enthusiasts, artists and like-minded individuals.
How Cybersecurity Affects SEO
In today’s digital world, SEO is now as important as any work performed by sales or engineering departments.
Open Port Checker Tools
We talk a lot about port scanning tools in this blog. That’s because they play a critical role in the cybersecurity industry.
Top 5 Private Search Engines
There are some things we keep doing, even when we know they’re bad for us. We all know we shouldn’t eat a lot of fast food or live lazy, couch-ridden lives; we all know how bad smoking is, and how miserable we feel the next day when we stay up all night…and yet, we still succumb to those bad habits we just can’t resist.
SecurityTrails Year in Review 2019
Now’s the time when we can take a thoughtful step back and reminisce about the events that have unfolded over the year. Please join us as we take a look at the many milestones, developments and innovations SecurityTrails has seen during the past twelve months.
Two-Factor Authentication vs. Multi-Factor Authentication: Differences Explained
The number of people who rely on weak passwords such as “Password1234” has long been worrisome, so it’s no surprise that stolen credentials are one of the most common causes of data breaches. Even a more complex password can’t guarantee safety from cyber attacks.
Information Gathering: Concept, Techniques and Tools explained
“Information is power,” as the saying goes. And in most scenarios it’s true: having critical information, at the right time, and especially knowing how to use it, can be a great source of power.