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In the previous two chapters of this series, we talked about how a hacker can conduct attacks with SQL injection and OS command injection. These software weaknesses are in the top two positions in the SANS Top 25. Now we move on to the programming flaw at No. 3: buffer overflow. Buffer overflow is caused […]

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The threat of an attack on the nation’s power grid is all too real for the network security professionals who labor every day to keep the country safe. While cyber-security experts and industry executives describe such warnings as alarmist, intelligence officials say people underestimate how destructive a power outage can be.

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End user information can refer to a variety of user types. We might be talking about internal personnel, and organizations would have their Social Security numbers, salary and benefits information, performance reviews, home addresses and personal contact information, just to name a few things. External to the business, we could be talking about client information […]

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Mission-Critical Broadband – Why Governments Should Partner with Commercial Operators:
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The Multi-Model Database:
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