Posts Tagged ‘Denial-of-service attack’

5 Essentials changes to harden Network Infrastructure

First principle to understand vulnerability assessment, one can’t exploit the vulnerability if a threat does not exist. So by default the services (ports) which are not required in a system (server) will present an unnecessary threat to be exploited if specific vulnerability exists in a system. These unnecessary and unattended services are also the prime […]

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How to manage risk in the cloud

What is Cloud Computing and does it provide more protection to your business? Pre-order the Softcover; Pre-order the eBook. Cloud Computing will bring many benefits to organisations, some of which include reducing operating costs, reducing power consumption and freeing you up to focus on your core business. The concept of shifting computing to a shared […]

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Hackers’ attacks rise in volume, sophistication

Year in review for online security attacks – 2009 is going to be known as a year of change in tactics of exploitation, rather than creating more new tools in hacker’s community. They are utilizing social media as a tool to exploit and using built-in trust in social media to their advantage. That’s why stealing […]

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