New in Nessus: Elliptic Curve Cryptography with SSH

New in Nessus: Elliptic Curve Cryptography with SSH

Cryptography is like finding and patching system vulnerabilities. Both are a race. In the former, the race is between mathematicians finding efficient, hard-to-reverse computations and opposing mathematicians solving hard numerical problems to defeat them. In the latter, the race is between IT and malicious actors who may find the vulnerabilities ... Read More
Tracking Scan Authentication Failures

Tracking Scan Authentication Failures

IT systems change all the time. New applications are added, configurations are changed, permissions get revised – the list goes on and on. In some cases, the changes end up restricting access to the system. For example, user accounts are removed, access is revoked, account credentials change or expire, leading ... Read More