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March 19, 2019
By: Ron
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3 Ways in which Jira Instances Can be Exploited
What is Jira? Jira is an issue tracking product developed by Atlassian that allows bug tracking and agile project management. It is being actively used by large number of big and small companies for issue tracking. The popularity of Jira has caused it a major target for hackers. We will discuss some ways in which your Jira instance can be compromised due to misconfigured Jira. 1. XSS via SSRF This can be actively exploited in Jira < 7.3.5 versions. It may be exploited ...
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March 15, 2019
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It was one of those deafening silences, those muted explosions, an event where two diametrically opposed ideas held presence, the embodiment of a mutual exclusion. If you can somehow imagine what it sounds like for a soul to crack, you’ll glimpse what it felt like. Right now, in March of 2019, I’m a teacher, and I’ve been a teacher ...
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March 15, 2019
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By: Chang Tan Lister
Introduction: Practical SSL/TLS Attacks and Decrypting Web Traffic   Chang Tan changtan@listerunlimited.com For the purposes of this chapter, both the terms SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) and TLS (Transport Layer Security) shall be used interchangably to explain the same thing, that is the end-to-end encryption scheme that secures modern day ...
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March 8, 2019
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Anticipating the Unknowns: 2019 Cisco CISO Benchmark Study
Original Author : Steve Martino Today, we released our CISO Benchmark Study, an annual global survey of information security leaders working at organizations of all sizes and in all industries all over the world. With over 3200 respondents across 18 countries, the study offers a solid view of what’s on the minds and to-do lists of those on the front lines of Infosec worldwide. This year’s study focused on getting “ready for the unknowns” that exist outside and inside ...
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March 8, 2019
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What You Need to Know about Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity is a valuable issue nowadays not only for the IT department but for the whole company as well. Because of the significant business risk and security threats customers start worrying about it as well. Media informs that global security incidents have become so widespread as the weather forecast. Cybersecurity is essential because a military, government, corporate, medical and financial organizations gather, process, and save a huge amount of vulnerable data. Un ...
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March 8, 2019
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By: Vikrant Saran
To maintain your place in the IT industry, you need to advance and adhere to its technological developments and trends. Realizing the need of the hour, and to inculcate the best way of operations in their organizations, the companies are migrating their computing base to the cloud. Being a professional with a developed outlook, you must know ...
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March 7, 2019
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By: Brijesh Kukreja
Threat Hunting……, it is the one word we all have heard various times recently. The subject has been under constant scrutiny for a while now, but do we understand it? Moreover, since it has been viewed very differently from different viewpoints of various security professionals, To start with lets get to the goal of it. The ultima ...
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March 7, 2019
By: Dra4hos7
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Once again about IP-addresses, subnet masks and in general.
A little literacy. Inspired by previous copy-paste of various rubbish on this topic. Forgive the nosing staff. The IP address (v4) consists of 32-bit. Any self-respecting administrator, and indeed an IT specialist (I’m silent about network engineers), being awakened in the middle of the night or in a state of severe alcoholic intoxication, correctly answer the question “how many bits does an IP address consist of?” Generally desirable about IPv6 too: 128 b ...
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