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NEWS: State-Backed “Sea Turtle” Hacker Group Hijacking Government Website Domains For Entire Countries

News broke overnight on how the state-backed “Sea Turtle” hacker group is hijacking government domains for entire countries.    Cyberspies Hijacked the Internet Domains of Entire Countries – A mysterious new group called Sea Turtle targeted 40 organizations https://t.co/BGbbPBmLkP via @WIRED #cybersecurity #cyberattacks #hacking #hackers — Alex von Witzleben (@AlexWitzleben) April 18, 2019 In brief, the hackers would change the …

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Software Defined Access: The New Requirement for Remote Work Environments

By Etay Bogner Founder and CEO Meta Networks Technology is rapidly changing work as we know it. Work is no longer bound by a physical place or specific time. Organizations must adapt to a multigenerational labor force and one that is more task oriented, target focused, and gig based. To ensure the productivity of remote…

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ThinkPHP 5.x Remote Code Execution

Earlier this year, we noticed an increase in attacks aiming at ThinkPHP, which is a PHP framework that is very popular in Asia.
If you keep track of your site’s activity, the following log may look familiar:
POST: /index.php?s=captcha HTTP/1.1
Data: _m…

Paliscope And The Safer Society Growing Out Of Gothenburg

Having submitted an Expert Comment to Information Security Buzz, I have taken some time to extend this into a blog. As I said, having had some enforced downtime in 2019, it was a great opportunity and privilege to take up an invitation to attend the Paliscope offices located in Gothenburg, Sweden. The overall purpose of …

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