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New Attack "XSSJacking" Combines Clickjacking, Pastejacking, and Self-XSS

Posted by Entersoft Team on Aug 22, 2017 6:09:05 PM
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Topics: Application Security, cyber security, cyber attack

New Vulnerability: IoT Devices Compromised by "Rakos"

Posted by Entersoft Team on Aug 8, 2017 6:11:03 PM
Have you been in situations in which you find your IoT devices getting overloaded with networking and computing tasks? If the answer is yes, the chances are high that your devices are Rakos’s latest victims.
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Topics: Application Security, cyber security, IOT Security, cyber attack

IoT Attack Surface Mapping

Posted by Entersoft Team on Jul 17, 2017 12:54:09 PM
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Topics: Android App Security, Application Security, cyber security, IOT Security, Internet of things

New Vulnerability: Raspberry Pi Malware Mines Cryptocurrency

Posted by Entersoft Team on Jul 4, 2017 5:49:51 PM

What is Raspberry Pi?

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Topics: Application Security, cyber security, Hacks and news

Petya Ransomeware: An Overview

Posted by Entersoft Team on Jul 3, 2017 5:44:32 PM

What is Ransomware?

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Topics: cybersecurity, Hacks and news, cyber attack

Entersoft Vulnerability Overview: Insufficient Attack Protection

Posted by Entersoft Team on Jul 3, 2017 4:22:10 PM

 

What follows in the article is a brief overview of a OWASP Top 10 2017 vulnerability - A7-Insufficient Attack Protection.

This post is useful for beginners who want to understand about Insufficient Attack Protection and for developers to help protect their applications against this vulnerability.

Whenever a user with malicious intention visits any application, his first motive is to damage the application or to create a sense of panic among the application’s admins or users who are using the application.

It is natural behaviour for most attackers targeting an application to perform extensive research about the application, its services and categories of users accessing the application. The research usually starts with an ‘information gathering’ phase which includes collecting information about the application stack and usernames that are available to any random user who has access to the application, in addition to observing contact-us forms’ structures.

Once the attackers have enough information about the application, they try to start with their attacks on the application. 

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Topics: Application Security, cyber security, Security Guidelines