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The company’s 2019 Year End Vulnerability QuickView Report shows that of the 22,316 new security holes 33% were rated high severity based on their CVSS score. The total number of vulnerabilities was slightly smaller compared to 2018 (23,210 vulnerabilities) and roughly the same as in 2017. It’s worth noting that thousands of vulnerabilities disclosed last […]

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The reason is simple: encryption obfuscates malware code, making it difficult to analyze; prevents users from accessing the component files in the event of an infection; and hides and secures the attackers’ malicious network communication. In short, malware encryption makes it harder for traditional defenses to detect and mitigate that malware. Malware normally collects victim […]

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The enterprise is finally coming to realize just how risky Internet of Things (IoT) devices are to their security postures. Whether it comes from unencrypted communication with devices, hard-coded passwords, vulnerability-ridden unmanaged devices, or insecure configurations, a huge flaw always seems to be lurking around the corner with regard to IoT deployments. It’s only natural […]

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