Risk-based vulnerability management has produced demonstrable results

Several years ago, risk-based cybersecurity was a largely untested and hotly debated topic. But the tests have since been administered and the debate largely settled: risk-based cybersecurity produces proven results. The data shows that risk-based vulnerability management (RBVM) programs allow companies to get measurably better results with less work. Extrapolating from there, it’s possible to […]

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Who are the worst password offenders of 2020?

As our lives have migrated almost entirely online due to the pandemic, the Dashlane list highlights the companies and organizations with the most significant password-related mishaps of 2020. Social networking may have kept us connected in the year of COVID-19-induced social distancing, but unfortunately Twitter and Zoom (which took the #1 and #2 spots on […]

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cPanel 2FA bypass vulnerability can be exploited through brute force

A two-factor authentication (2FA) bypass vulnerability affecting the popular cPanel & WHM software suite may allow attackers to access secured accounts, Digital Defense researchers have found. The vulnerability has been patched last week and, by now, web hosting providers have hopefully upgraded their installations. Still, admins of sites that are managed through cPanel should check […]

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