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Hacking Drupal Core: a Crime with Casualties!

November 23, 2015

Your site’s explosion just demolished South Korea? You probably hacked the Drupal core yesterday, haven’t you? Despite all possible temptation and promising benefits, you should never ever hack the core. The activity will not turn out the way you expect it to. Never! The one trap that caught us all! You have probably heard it already. We shouldn’t hack the core. Ok-ok, we get it! …

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TOR: Protecting Your Right for Anonymity

October 15, 2015

What do you conjure up in mind when you hear Darknet? Illegal weapons, pornography and drugs? Well, in fact, it is not only about it. There is a large part of Darknet which is legal and aims at protecting a person’s right for anonymity first of all. In countries with authoritarian government TOR has been a critical instrument for dissident movements. It has also proven …

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Stop Avoiding Hacks! Fight Them, And Google Knows How!

September 29, 2015
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Let’s face it, we don’t live in a world where our resources, after being put online can be hacked. It’s more of a “when will we be hacked” kind of thing. But the bigger picture in does not necessarily has to be that way. The problem simply lies in the fact that businesses, security professionals, online resources and hackers are trapped in an endless loop. …

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You Think You Are Safe Behind Your Cyber Defense Walls, But Have You Considered End-Users As A Threat?

March 30, 2015

So here we are, your software is protected, all network breaches are covered and every database is protected by trained and skilled killer bears from Russia besides the cyber-security measures you have implemented and yet you still have trouble. How so? Because your software has end users. No matter if you are an enormous corporation and your software is used by your employees only or …

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All You Need To Know About White Hats

March 30, 2015

White hat hackers are probably the most required profession any firm may gain from. Furthermore, governments, militaries and entire corporations fight for the best of white hats. Google even has a Security Princess, or so they have titled Parisa Tabriz’s job in their company. Parisa, by the way is an amazing White Hat that has achieved tremendous results in delivering security and is now one …

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How Drupal Manages to Combine Openness and Security?

March 8, 2012

Drupal is one of the largest open source software projects in the world. Thousands of developers write code for it and develop Drupal websites or applications. The graphic below will help you understand the work of Drupal’s Security Team better. Drupal has risen from the ranks in decade since its creation. It maintains the web presence of thousands of businesses, governmental institutions, universities and others …

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Web Pages Of E-commerce Sites Under Attack About 100 000

July 29, 2011

  Almost 100 000 Web pages for e-commerce sites that are based on the open source OS Commerce software in accordance with security firm Armorize have been undermined with malware by means of a mass iFrame injection attack. Chief technology officer at Armorize Wayne Huang, said that the ongoing mass-injection attacks seems to be carried out against the e-commerce sites. The successfully attacked sites are compromised …

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