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Largest Cryptocurrency Hack in History, $10k Stolen Network Access, Your Identity and the Metaverse

Largest Cryptocurrency Hack in History, $10k For Stolen Network Access, Your Identity and the Metaverse

Over $600 million stolen in the largest DeFi cryptocurrency hack in history, attackers are getting around $10k for stolen network access credentials, and why your identity is trapped inside a social network ...
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Reducing the Risk of Credential Leakage

Long-term cloud credentials are often scattered throughout source code, on laptops or desktops, on servers, in cloud resources and in other locations. It’s easy to copy them across machines, creating credential sprawl ...
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Gmail Farming and Credential Validation

Gmail Farming and Credential Validation

Even after 20 years in the security field, and nearly two years here at Cequence I am continually surprised at how ever-evolving bots impact our customers. It definitely keeps us on our ...

NSA on Authentication Hacks (Related to SolarWinds Breach)

The NSA has published an advisory outlining how “malicious cyber actors” are “are manipulating trust in federated authentication environments to access protected data in the cloud.” This is related to the SolarWinds ...
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Configure Microsoft GPO with RADIUS Authentication

Microsoft’s Group Policy Object (GPO) is an effective tool for enabling nuanced authentication settings to gain greater control of individuals’ level of network access. Not only is it effective in supporting authentication ...

Configuring FreeRADIUS for EAP-TLS Authentication

FreeRADIUS is one of the most widely used RADIUS authentication providers, with customers ranging from top enterprises to universities. While FreeRADIUS is certainly an effective authentication tool, cybersecurity hinges on the strength ...
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Hang up the Phone: MFA’s Insecure Reliance on SMS

It’s hard enough to get people to use multi-factor authentication (MFA)—you know, something you know, you have and you are. Most websites, email accounts and other devices are secured (if at all) ...
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Credential Theft on the Rise, in Part Due to Remote Work

Credential theft has been on the rise in recent years; more than 80% of hacks are the result of credential theft (most of it coming from successful phishing attempts), according to the ...
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The Pandemic of Credential-based Cyberattacks

The first half of 2020 is barely in the history books, and it is safe to assume that most business leaders are eager to close this chapter. Globally, there remains plenty of ...
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F5 BIG-IP Exploit, WiFi Router Security Updates, Password Reuse

In episode 129 for July 13th 2020: Impact of the F5-BIG-IP critical vulnerability, security updates and your WiFi router, and details about new research that shows how billions of compromised credentials are ...