Having a strong password actually can prevent most attacks.

Just because a device is new does not mean it’s safe.

Even the very best software has security vulnerabilities.

Every website and app should use HTTPS.

The cloud is not safe — it just creates new security problems.

Software updates are crucial for your protection.

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RSS Dark Reading

  • Google: Hack-for-Hire Groups Present a Potent Threat June 30, 2022
    Cyber mercenaries in countries like India, Russia, and the UAE are carrying out data theft and hacking missions for a wide range of clients across regions, a couple of new reports said.
    Jai Vijayan, Contributing Writer, Dark Reading
  • 18 Zero-Days Exploited So Far in 2022 June 30, 2022
    It didn't have to be this way: So far 2022's tranche of zero-days shows too many variants of previously patched security bugs, according Google Project Zero.
    Tara Seals, Managing Editor, News, Dark Reading
  • API Security Losses Total Billions, But It's Complicated June 30, 2022
    A recent analysis of breaches involving application programming interfaces (APIs) arrives at some eye-popping damage figures, but which companies are most affected, and in what ways?
    Robert Lemos, Contributing Writer, Dark Reading
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RSS Kali Linux

  • Kali Linux 2022.2 Release (GNOME 42, KDE 5.24 & hollywood-activate) May 16, 2022
    It’s that time of year again, time for another Kali Linux release! Quarter #2 - Kali Linux 2022.2. This release has various impressive updates, all of which are ready for immediate download or updating. The summary of the changelog since the 2022.1 release from February 2022 is: GNOME 42 - Major release update of the […]
  • Kali Unkaputtbar March 10, 2022
    Adjective (German) unkaputtbar (comparative unkaputtbarer, superlative am unkaputtbarsten) From un- + kaputt + -bar. (colloquial) indestructible, unbreakable Diese Flasche ist unkaputtbar. ― This bottle is indestructible. With our 2022.1 release, we promised something big for you bare-metal installers and here it is. With no further ado, we present to you: Kali Unkaputtbar Summary: Unkaputtbar brings […]
  • Kali Linux 2022.1 Release (Visual Updates, Kali Everything ISOs, Legacy SSH) February 14, 2022
    Today we are pushing out the first Kali Linux release of the new year with Kali Linux 2022.1, and just in time for Valentine’s Day! This release brings various visual updates and tweaks to existing features, and is ready to be downloaded or upgraded if you have an existing Kali Linux installation. The summary of […]
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RSS Security Weekly

  • The Unique Challenges of Companies Born in the Cloud March 9, 2022
    There are stark differences between how to manage security policies for on-premises network environments and those that are 100% cloud-based. But many companies continue to struggle with those differences and have experienced plenty of pain as a result. It’s a challenge Rich Mogull has spent years trying to help companies navigate. Mogull, CISO at Firemon, […]
  • Ransomware Damage Claims Driving Insurance Hikes January 12, 2022
    The costs of cyber insurance policies are rising exponentially while underwriters are tightening the rules around who qualifies for cyber insurance, and at the same time, insurer capacity is constricting dramatically. The numbers are all over the place, but the latest statistics from the Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers reported a 25.5% increase in […]
  • Decrypt As If Your Security Depends on It November 2, 2021
    Encryption has reached near-full adoption by internal teams hoping to implement stronger security and privacy practices. Simultaneously, attackers are using the same mechanisms to hide their malicious activity from the defender’s line of sight. According to the Ponemon Institute’s 2021 Global Encryption Trends Study, 50% of organizations have an encryption plan consistently applied across their […]
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