Rising Threat Of DNS Attacks

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Infoblox, together with transition systems released this useful informatics recently. It is of no surprise that Enterprise Services, comprising of Business Services, as well as Commerce which comprises of Retail, are the top industries that are being targeted. The threat of Denial of Service is ever growing, and where the front-end is protected, we should not forget about the back end that comprises of the DNS servers. Are you prepared?

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CyberSecurity Threat On Your Fingertip

Yesterday, foxnews published an interesting news with regards to Cyber Security. As far as security is concerned, we protect our computers, servers and everything else, but we tend to forget about our very personal item – the smartphone. As a saying goes, we are only as strong as our weakest link. Continue reading

Australian Mac And iOS Users Locked Out And Held For Ransom

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Here’s another day with a hacking story. On Monday, iPhone, iPad and Mac owners in Queensland, New South Wales, Western Australia, South Australia and Victoria have reported that their devices were hacked and held for a ransom of up to $100 to release their devices. That said, only a handful of lucky ones were able to escape this hacking spree. Continue reading

World Password Day – Is Your Password Safe?

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Exactly one week ago, the world commemorated the annual World Password Day. Well, passwords these days are the only thing between a hacker or intruder to our beloved data. In lieu of the recent saga of the heart-bleed bug, it is perhaps the right time to look at this again. Continue reading