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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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Trend Micro released a new report highlighting the growing risk of downtime and sensitive data theft from ransomware attacks aimed at industrial facilities. “Industrial Control Systems are incredibly challenging to secure, leaving plenty of gaps in protection that threat actors are clearly exploiting with growing determination,” said Ryan Flores, senior manager of forward-looking threat research […]

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75% of executives believe their organization scans all web applications for security vulnerabilities, while nearly 50% of security staff say they don’t, a Netsparker survey reveals. Web application security efforts are insufficient Even more concerning, over 60% of DevOps respondents indicate that new security vulnerabilities are being found faster than they can be fixed, indicating […]

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