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Teleworking U.S. national security employees are putting sensitive data at risk if they use public Wi-Fi networks without using a virtual private network to encrypt the traffic, the National Security Agency notes in a new advisory. “As telework becomes more common, users are more frequently bringing themselves and their data into unsecured settings and risking […]

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The vulnerabilities, dubbed FragAttacks (fragmentation and aggregation attacks), were discovered by researcher Mathy Vanhoef, who was also involved in the discovery of the Key Reinstallation Attack (KRACK) vulnerabilities back in 2017. FragAttacks can be leveraged by an attacker who is within range of the targeted Wi-Fi connection to hack devices and steal sensitive user information. […]

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The enterprise is finally coming to realize just how risky Internet of Things (IoT) devices are to their security postures. Whether it comes from unencrypted communication with devices, hard-coded passwords, vulnerability-ridden unmanaged devices, or insecure configurations, a huge flaw always seems to be lurking around the corner with regard to IoT deployments. It’s only natural […]

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