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Equifax has identified the flaw in its website hackers used to breach its systems, potentially impacting 143 million Americans. In a consumer update Wednesday night, the credit reporting firm pointed to a known security issue in the web applications software Apache Struts as the one used in the breach. The flaw in Struts that was […]

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Container security has been gaining steam over the last few years. Many enterprises are experimenting with containers, and a recent 451 report showed that 25 percent of companies have already implemented the technology. While IT teams and software developers are more familiar with the fundamentals and benefits of containers, C-level executives often don’t have as […]

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Android is the most popular mobile operating system, which explains why Android-specific malware is the most common. There is another reason Android users are more exposed: Android lets you install apps from any source, not just from the one official store, as is the case with iOS. Getting an Android device infected is the easiest […]

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Microsoft has once again released a batch of essential security updates for users of its software. One of the flaws (CVE-2017-8759) addressed by Microsoft’s patches is a previously unknown vulnerability in the .Net framework. The zero-day vulnerability was being actively exploited in attacks which targeted Russian-speaking users with poisoned Word documents that served up a […]

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