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Key federal cybersecurity officials are pushing for passage of legislation to create mandates for certain organizations to report cyberattacks amid the fallout from a massive vulnerability in Apache logging package Log4j, which has left organizations worldwide vulnerable. Bipartisan legislation to establish cyber incident reporting standards was set to be included in the compromise version of […]

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An easily exploitable zero-day vulnerability in Apache Struts 2 forced the Canadian government to take offline the websites associated with Canada Revenue Agency, used for filing tax returns, and Statistics Canada, just before the end of the fiscal year, according to Reuters. The online security breach was actually experienced by Statistics Canada, but the Canada […]

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A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack is a coordinated strike, distributed among different computers, that aims to prevent the authorized use of one or more systems. These Web server DDoS attacks have become a weapon of choice for malicious actors to conduct cyber-attacks. They are used by different types of attackers, from experienced cyber-criminals to the […]

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