Tagged: security

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Nationwide plan to roll out behavioral bio-metrics

In light of the announcement from Nationwide that they plan to roll-out behavioural biometrics Barry Scott, CTO of EMEA at Centrify, has commented: “As Nationwide announce plans to roll-out behavioural biometrics as an additional security layer for its banking app,...

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Highlights on the COMELEC security breach

In light of the recent news regarding the Philippines Commission on Elections security hack Barry Scott, chief technology officer of EMEA at Centrify has commented: “While the specifics of the attack have yet to be confirmed, a...

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OpenSSL websites now at risk, DROWN attack

Recently news hit that millions of OpenSSL secured websites are now at risk due to the new DROWN attack. Tod Beardsley, Security Research Manager at Rapid7, had this to say about the attack: The work behind today’s...

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Trojaned BitTorrent client

Recently news broke of the first ransomware attack that affects Apple computers. Tod Beardsley, Security Research Manager at Rapid7, had this to say on the topic: The Trojaned BitTorrent client, Transmission, illustrates the chain...

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International pact limiting export of cybersecurity products

Recently news of Obama administration’s decision to renegotiate an international pact that limits the export of cybersecurity products, please find comment below from Rapid7. The reversal follows months of pressure from the technology community and lawmakers who...

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Linux Mint Cinnamon compromised

In light of the news regarding Linux Mint below is a commentary and tips from Wim Remes, Manager EMEA at Rapid7. “It was reported that Linux Mint had their website compromised and the hackers managed...

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Criminals could hijack wireless mice from afar

Following the news that broke highlighting that criminals could hijack wireless mice from afar. Tod Beardsley, Security Research Manager at Rapid7, had this to say: “The research conducted and released by Bastille focuses on one central design...