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Mobile devices use these probe requests to receive information about nearby Wi-Fi access points and establish connections to them when a probe response is received. Attackers that can sniff network traffic, the academics say, can use these probe requests to track and identify devices, and even pinpoint their location. According to them, roughly a quarter […]

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Exposed version control repositories, leaked secrets in public code repositories, a subdomain vulnerable to takover, exposed Amazon S3 buckets, and Microsoft Exchange Server servers vulnerable to CVE-2021-42321 exploitation are the most common exploit paths medium to large enterprises left open for attackers in Q1 2022, according to Mandiant. Opening doors for attackers The firm has […]

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Compromised credentials and identities, third-party breaches, API attacks, and application exploits are all foundational entry points for today’s hackers. Recent months have brought many high-profile breaches from Samsung and Nvidia to Okta and the continued aftermath of Log4j. Still, ultimately, these attacks are all symptoms of the same problem: organizations do not have visibility into […]

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