Slew of dangerous Adobe Flash flaws patched

March 11, 2016 | NSFOCUS

IT NEWS Adobe has issued patches for 21 serious flaws in its Flash Player software to address critical vulnerabilities that could potentially allow attackers to take control of victim’s systems. Researchers from multi companies including NSFOCUS, also discovered a heap underflow vulnerability in Adobe Flash and eight memory corruption bugs – all of which allow […]

11 Security Solutions for Small Business

March 11, 2016 | NSFOCUS

The Business News Daily Cybersecurity is a must for any business with a presence online. Whether you have a website, online accounts or any type of Web-based infrastructure, you are at risk for a cyberattack. The article summed up 11 small-business-friendly cybersecurity solutions, which included DDoS mitigation solution provided by NSFOCUS. To read the full […]

Adobe Flash Player Released to Fix Security Bug Used in Live Attacks

March 10, 2016 | NSFOCUS

Softpedia Adobe’s Flash Player update has been late this time around, but it’s here now, and users have a good reason to upgrade since one of the 18 security holes plugged during this month’s release is an issue used in real-world malware attacks. Most of these bugs were reported by security researchers working in security […]

DDoS Attacks and the Cloud: How the Hybrid Approach Answers Emerging Concerns

March 9, 2016 | NSFOCUS

Track:  Technical Author: Ivan Tirado, Principal Sales Engineer, NSFOCUS Pure play cloud DDoS mitigation services have seen explosive growth. The market has grown from small outfits protecting online gambling operations, to what is now an accepted approach at large banks and global enterprises in all verticals. However, as the customer population expands, the set of […]

The Price of Popularity: WordPress Security Woes

March 9, 2016 | NSFOCUS

CMS Wire WordPress is everywhere. According to the latest estimates, 25 percent of all websites around the globe are run on the content management system, which is also one of the most hacked platforms. WordPress sites can be attacked through many kinds of vulnerabilities. The article pinged a number of security experts on the topic […]

Reactions to the KeRanger ransomware for Macs

March 8, 2016 | NSFOCUS

Help Net Security  Security researchers have discovered the first fully functional aimed at Mac users. The malware, dubbed KeRanger has been found bundled into the Mac version of the open source Transmission BitTorrent client, and made available for download on the Transmission developers’ official website. Vann Abernethy, our CTO pointed out that these types of […]

Ransomware migrates to Apple Mac computers

March 8, 2016 | NSFOCUS

ComputerWeekly Security researchers have uncovered what is believed to be the first active malware to encrypt Apple Mac computers and demand ransom to unlock them. Our chief technology officer Vann Abernethy said, “as Apple computers and devices become more popular with corporate IT departments, there’s recognition by attackers that valuable data and resources are available […]

DDoS – Best option to get the job done!

February 26, 2016 | Adeline Zhang

Track:  Technical Author: Stephen Gates, Chief Research Intelligence Analyst, NSFOCUS In the world of getting from one place to another, people face a common dilemma.  What transportation will get them to their destination quickly, safely, and affordable? While nearly everyone would enjoy cruising around in a luxury car, most people are just looking for the best […]

When Malware Becomes a Service, Anyone Can Be a Hacker

February 25, 2016 | NSFOCUS

Gadgets 360 A DDoS attack, one of the most popular available attacks has been offered as a service commercially to anyone interested by hacking group. Our senior technical expert Vann Abernethy said “Distributed Denial of Service attacks have been around for a while now, and each year they grow in size, number, and sophistication. We […]

DDoS attacks: how to mitigate these persistent threats

February 25, 2016 | NSFOCUS

CSO Enterprises and end users remain at risk of a DDoS attack, which have been named the #1 Internet threat. The DDoS attack itself may be a bit more sinister, according to NSFOCUS IB. A DDoS attack is an attempt to exhaust resources so that you deny access to resources for legitimate users. In a […]


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