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Malicious Forces Cracking your SD-WAN Concrete? Reinforce your Network with Cisco SD-WAN Security
Security must be deep-rooted into every software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) solution rather than bolted on as an afterthought, much like the process of planting reinforcement steel in concrete. Concrete has been...
Vulnerability Spotlight: Multiple bugs in several Jenkins plugins
Jenkins is an open-source automation server written in Java. There are several plugins that exist to integrate Jenkins with other pieces of software, such as GitLab. Today, Cisco Talos is...
Cybercrime and Fraud Part 1: Modern Tales of Piracy and Plunder
Calico Jack, Captain Blood, and Blackbeard. So many recognizable stories, books, and movies have been made about the period of stealing and looting exemplified by the golden age of piracy....
Threat Roundup for April 26 to May 3
Talos lists ten of the most prevalent threats observed between April 26 and May 03, summarizing key behavioral characteristics, and discussing how our customers are automatically protected from these threats.
Qakbot levels up with new obfuscation techniques
Qakbot, also known as Qbot, is a well-documented banking trojan that has been around since 2008. Recent Qakbot campaigns, however, are utilizing an updated persistence mechanism that can make it...
Incident response: Putting all the R’s in IR
It is well established that the ‘R’ in IR stands for “Response.” But given the challenges facing incident response teams today, IR could just as well stand for “It’s Rough.”
“Spark Joy” With New 12.0 Email Security Features & Videos
When you see “software update available,” does it spark joy? For many of us, the answer is a resounding “no.” But, don’t be fooled into thinking that our new 12.0...
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