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Clients regularly ask IBM’s X-Force Incident Response team to scan their networks for intrusions, malicious activities or other risk factors. One such risk factor that we look for is the use of weak passwords. As countless security compromises have shown, weak passwords are a common root cause for the initial breach of a victim network.

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When it comes to cybercriminal targets, it truly is a popularity contest. Multiple sites were found compromised, including those popular with Japanese users. There were 40 compromised domains identified using feedback provided by Trend Micro Deep Discovery; since yesterday almost 60,000 hits have been recorded on these sites.One of the compromised sites contains an obfuscated […]

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When an attacker manages to compromise and get access to a website, they won’t likely stop there, they will aim to gain full root (admin) access to the entire server. If there are more websites hosted on the server being attacked, It is likely they will attempt to compromise every single one of them.How can […]

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