The State of DDoS Weapons, Q2 2019
DDoS attacks continue to grow in frequency, intensity and sophistication. However, the delivery method–using infected botnets and vulnerable servers to perform these attacks–remains the same. That said, we are seeing some new attack threats on the horizon in IoT and 5G. Read on to learn more. Where DDoS Attacks Are Originating Although DDoS weapons are… (0 comment)

Managing updates to local cached credentials for remote users in a hybrid Active Directory environment
Among the many issues remote users face, forgotten passwords can be a significant roadblock to productivity, as they require help from an administrator. When a user logs on to an Active Directory (AD) domain, Windows securely caches the domain credentials and stores them locally on the user’s machine. This lets a user, especially one who… (0 comment)

Azure AD Password Protection: The good, the bad, and the ugly
People often use common words as their passwords so they don’t forget them. This practice impacts security severely, making it easy for hackers to easily breach accounts by guessing these common passwords. Microsoft’s Azure AD Password Protection is a feature that aims to help organizations eliminate weak and commonly-used passwords by essentially acting as a… (0 comment)