With email-related attacks becoming increasingly prevalent and serious, securing your business email accounts is more important than ever before.
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As open-source software becomes increasingly common in the infrastructure of businesses, it is essential to ensure the security of the software being relied upon. An increasingly popular cyber security solution is open-source SAST (Static Application Security Testing) and DAST (Dynamic Analysis Security Testing) security scanning, which give IT technicians and developers the ability to access the code of a certain piece of software to remove threats or improve the strength of its security.
Looking to secure your Joomla website? Here are some best practices to prevent your Joomla website from getting hacked by cyberattackers in 2022.
Being able to improve your career in cyber security is something that can be hugely fulfilling, and there are a lot of great ideas you can use that will help you make the most of this. There are plenty of ideas that you need to try to make the most of as much as possible, and this is something that you need to consider moving forward. There is a growing demand for cybersecurity professionals, as evidenced by reports from Accenture that 68% of business leaders feel their cybersecurity risks are increasing.
While allowing public access to the sensitive behind-the-scenes operation of a program sounds risky, open-source software actually has the potential to be even more secure than a program with hidden code. However, as with any type of software, vulnerabilities still exist and can present a serious security risk if they remain unidentified and unpatched. Open-source is software with publicly accessible code that anyone can view and contribute to, and forms the foundation of the Internet we use today. The popularity of open-source code is rising–not only are more programs using open-source code but a larger portion of the average software comes from open-source resources than ever.
Peer-to-peer (P2P) torrenting users face a multitude of risks, ranging from downloading malware to inadvertently downloading unauthorized content. Your computer may get infected with viruses, your ISP may limit your connection, or you may face penalties.
As we rapidly transition to an increasingly digital society, data protection is a greater concern than ever before. Encryption is one of the most effective and widely used methods of securing sensitive information from unauthorized parties. In this article, we'll introduce you to some Linux file and disk encryption tools we love to help you safeguard critical data and protect your privacy online.
Ethical hacking might sound contradictory, but leveraging the skills of the ‘white hat’ hacker community has done a great deal for safety and security on the internet. Nowhere does this show more than through so-called bug bounty programs created to tackle different issues within the code. Many bug bounty programs focus on identifying issues within software or applications. However, others focus on server or website vulnerabilities.
In this first part of our Complete Guide to Keylogging in Linux, we will explore the basics of keylogging and its importance in the realm of Linux security, and dive deeper into keylogging in userspace, demonstrating how a keylogger can be written for Linux, by reading events directly from a keyboard device.