IP Reputation Report-01122020
Top 10 countries in attack counts: The above diagram shows the top 10 regions with the most malicious IP addresses from the NSFOCUS IP Reputation databases at January 12, 2020.
1.2 Development of ICS Information Security As industrial informatization advances at a rapid pace and the industrial Internet, industrial clouds, and other new technologies spring up, information and network technologies and IoT technologies have found wide application in smart grid systems, intelligent transportation systems, and industrial production systems. For the sake of inter-system collaboration and […]
Development of ICS Security 1.1 Development of Industrial Intelligence The following figure shows the development history of industrial control systems (ICSs). The history of ICSs can date back to the 18th century when James Watt improved the steam engine by adding a throttling controller, i.e., a centrifugal governor. The centrifugal governor works like this: It […]
With the advancement of IT-based transformation and the rapid development of IT, various network technologies have seen more extensive and profound applications, along with which come a multitude of cyber security issues. Come to find out what information security issues you should beware of in the workplace.
6.3 Worm In the 2018 H1 Cybersecurity Insights , we pointed out that most worm viruses were discovered more than five years ago. This indicates how capable these viruses are of propagating and evolving and how difficult it is to remove them completely from the network. According to data throughout the year, this was still […]
Vulnerability Description On December 19 local time, Apache Software Foundation (ASF) officially released a security advisory, announcing that Apache Log4j has a deserialization issue that could cause remote code execution (CVE-2019-17571). Log4j is a Java-based open-source logging tool from the Apache Software Foundation. Log4j 1.2 includes a SocketServer class which can easily accept serialized log […]
Overview On December 18, local time, Drupal officially issued a security advisory to announce multiple vulnerabilities in its core products, including one critical vulnerability and three medium-risk vulnerabilities.
Backdoor, cryptominer, worm, trojan, and zombie115 made the list of active most malware in 2018. Strains of backdoors malware are still extremely active because they are too stealthy to be easily detected. As the virtual currency market continues to shrink, cryptomining is less popular than before, but still very active, coming second behind backdoors.