Posts Tagged ‘Open source intelligence’

5 free resources from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is an agency of the United States Department of Homeland Security. CISA is in charge of enhancing cybersecurity and infrastructure protection at all levels of government, coordinating cybersecurity initiatives with American U.S. states, and enhancing defenses against cyberattacks. To assist businesses in enhancing their security capabilities, CISA offers free cybersecurity products […]

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New Open Source Tools Launched for Adversary Simulation

The new open source tools are designed to help defense, identity and access management, and security operations center teams discover vulnerable network shares. Network shares in Active Directory environments configured with excessive permissions pose serious risks to the enterprise in the form of data exposure, privilege escalation, and ransomware attacks. Two new open source adversary simulation tools PowerHuntShares […]

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Open source vulnerabilities go undetected for over four years

GitHub has analyzed over 45,000 active directories and found that open source vulnerabilities often go undetected for more than four years. Source: Open source vulnerabilities go undetected for over four years – Help Net Security The State of Open Source Security Vulnerabilities Resources for Searching and Analyzing Online Information Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security […]

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