Special Directive on Domain Name System (DNS) Compromise
Last week the USA’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) sent out a directive for all agencies to upgrade their Domain Name System (DNS) security in light of a wave of Iranian hack attempts specifically targeted at compromising DNS. The compromise The Iranian cyber-criminals attempted (it’s unknown if they succeeded), to figure out through DNS records… (0 comment)

Antivirus Software Overview – Trend Micro Security 2019
https://trendmicro.optrics.com/ Trend Micro™ Security provides advanced protection and privacy so you can enjoy your digital life safely. It helps protect you from identity theft, in addition to safeguarding against viruses, ransomware, spam, and other malware. Trend Micro Security warns you about dangerous links in email and instant messages. Also, it provides simple control screen options… (0 comment)

Threat Intelligence – Real or Hype?
Threat intelligence, we keep hearing about it from security vendors, but what is it really? Is it hype or marketing speak that will be promoted by those without a real grasp of what it means, or is it the real deal? One problem in defining threat intelligence is that one person’s threat intelligence is not… (0 comment)

Yet Another Flash Patch Fixes Zero-Day Flaw
For the third time in two weeks, Adobe has issued an emergency security update for its Flash Player software to fix a dangerous zero-day vulnerability that hackers already are exploiting to launch drive-by download attacks. The newest update, version 16.0.0.305 , addresses a critical security bug ( CVE-2015-0313 ) present in the version of Flash that Adobe released o n Jan. … (0 comment)