Research Shows 19 Petabytes of Data Exposed Across 29,000+ Unprotected Databases

  Researchers from CyberNews discovered that over 29,000 databases across the world are now totally inaccessible and publicly available, exposing over 19,000 terabytes of data to everyone, including threat actors.  The majority of businesses keep confidential data in databases. Passwords, usernames, document scans, health records, bank account, and credit card information, and other vital information […]

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Cloud Misconfiguration is Still the Leading Source of Cloud Data Violations

  Almost everybody by now is workings from home and 84 percent are worried that new security vulnerabilities have been generated with the quick move towards 100 percent remote working.  Cloud service providers built their administration panels’ user interface purposefully to mislead consumers and charge for more services than originally intended.  Although it was never […]

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Ghidra 101: Loading Windows Symbols (PDB files)

In this blog series, I will be putting the spotlight on useful Ghidra features you may have missed. Each post will look at a different feature and show how it helps you save time and be more effective in your reverse engineering workflows. Ghidra is an incredibly powerful tool, but much of this power comes from knowing how […]

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