Sicurezza

Bot Managers Are a Cash-Back Program For Your Company

Pubblicato il

In my previous blog, I briefly discussed what bot managers are and why they are needed. Today, we will conduct a short ROI exercise (perhaps the toughest task in information security!). To recap: Bots generate a little over half of today’s internet traffic. Roughly half of that half (i.e. a quarter, for rusty ones like […]

Sicurezza

Here’s How You Can Better Mitigate a Cyberattack

Pubblicato il

Where does the attack landscape lead us into 2020? No one knows for sure, but strong indicators help Radware build logic chains to better forecast where the state of network security is heading in the future.  Last year alone, the initial attributable cost of cyberattacks increased by 52% and 93% of those surveyed in our […]

Sicurezza

Microsoft Email Hack Shows the Lurking Danger of Customer Support

Pubblicato il

On Friday night, Microsoft sent notification emails to an unknown number of its individual email users—across Outlook, MSN, and Hotmail—warning them about a data breach. Between January 1 and March 28 of this year, hackers used a set of stolen credentials for a Microsoft customer support platform to access account data like email addresses in […]

Sicurezza

Julian Assange, a Big Yahoo Fine, and More Security News This Week

Pubblicato il

It was another busy week in the security world, and perhaps the biggest story was the arrest of Julian Assange in London on Thursday. The WikiLeaks founder is facing criminal charges in the US over allegations that he conspired to help Chelsea Manning hack into Pentagon computer networks nine years ago. It’s hardly an open-and-shut […]

Sicurezza

Trump’s Homeland Security Purge Worries Cybersecurity Experts

Pubblicato il

This week kicked off a new, chaotic era at the Department of Homeland Security, where the only certainty seems to be the president’s obsession with immigration. As former Customs and Border Protection commissioner and prominent family-separation advocate Kevin McAleenan takes over as acting secretary, it’s fair to wonder what will happen to the rest of […]

Sicurezza

Remove the Advanced Clean Pro PUP

Pubblicato il

Advanced Clean Pro PUP is a potentially unwanted program that states it scans Windows for Malware/Pup Threats, ways to Enhance System Performance, System/User Software Related issues, and Startup/Uninstall and User Items. When Advanced Clean Pro scans a computer it will list a variety of detected issues, but state that you need to first purchase a […]

Sicurezza

Remove the DownloadProtect Adware Extension

Pubblicato il

In order to remove DownloadProtect Adware Extension completely you will need to reset Chrome back to its initial settings. Doing these steps will erase all configuration information from Chrome such as your home page, tab settings, saved form information, browsing history, and cookies. This process will also disable any installed extensions. All of your bookmarks, […]

Sicurezza

Breaking Down the Julian Assange Hacking Case

Pubblicato il

For the first time since 2012, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange no longer has the legal protections of the Ecuadorean Embassy in London. He now faces the criminal charges he’s always suspected and feared—although it’s now clear that he’s accused of criminal behavior not as a journalist, or even a spy, but a hacker. On Thursday, […]