Tag Archives: password
Microsoft Heeds Warning that Billions of Passwords are Compromised
Make Sure You are Prepared for a Cyber Attack in 2021
As we look back at the year that was, we can say that it was one for the record books in more ways than one. The challenges that companies were forced to deal with were unique and unprecedented. The rapid move to move workers off premise and the rapid adaptation to remote work methodologies opened […]
Why Multifactor Authentication (MFA) and Password Vaults Should be Standard Tools in 2020
Since 2017, the Verizon Database Investigations Report repeatedly shows that more than 80 percent of hacking related breaches each year are tied to passwords.
Protect the Passwords that Protect Your Identities
Passwords continue to be the primary means that enterprises use to protect user identities. But what is protecting the passwords?
Cyber Security Best of Breed: Doberman Pinscher
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Why Breaches of Web-Facing Assets are on the Increase
Think of a hacker as an enemy attack submarine. In warfare, a submarine lurks underwater, seeking victims. It may be probing the defenses of a shipping harbor to find weaknesses that can be exploited. Hackers perform a similar strategy today as they probe the web for internet-facing assets to find easy targets to breach and […]
What is WPA3 and How It Will Affect Your Network in the Future
HOW TO CREATE A REALLY STRONG PASSWORD: A PEN TESTER’S PERSPECTIVE
CREATE A REALLY STRONG PASSWORD: A PEN TESTER’S PERSPECTIVE. Attackers have figured out how to crack even what you and I think are the toughest passwords. HALOCK pen testers almost always find passwords as a weak spot in every investigation. With so much at stake, it’s a wonder why password safety still isn’t being […]
Understanding and Fixing the Heartbleed Vulnerability
Now that you know that Heartbleed is potentially exposing your secure systems to malicious hackers, you need to know what to do about it. Not only does that mean you need to secure your systems (even the ones you don’t yet know use Open SSL), but you also need to be able to understand the […]