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How to choose the right e-commerce platform

In e-commerce, there is no one solution that fits every online store perfectly. When it comes to picking an e-commerce platform, there are many aspects of your business that need...

Hackers Distributing Spyware via Comments Section of YouTube Videos

Newly discovered a powerful spyware distributed via YouTube Videos comments sections and the spyware is capable of steal files and other confidential information from infected devices. A Malicious Link that distributed via...

The KnowBe4 User Conference Was A Blast! Here Are Some Quick Impressions

The first KB4-CON 2018 in Orlando was super fun. Customers and Partners that attended walked up to me and said they loved it. Often they said it was the best...

Most Important Web Server Penetration Testing Checklist

Web server pen testing performing under 3 major category which is identity, Analyse, Report Vulnerabilities such as authentication weakness, configuration errors, protocol Relation vulnerabilities.  1.  “Conduct a serial of methodical and...

North Korean Hackers Infect Defectors via Facebook and Google Play

Posted on May 18, 2018 at 2:17 PM A new report published by McAfee researchers claims that Google Play hosted three, or possibly more, Android apps that were used by hackers to...

Hackers Launching Cyber Attack Against 800,000 DrayTek Routers

The new attack that being launched by cyber criminals against DrayTek Routers where they could  Exploiting zero-day Vulnerability to change DNS settings of routers. Taiwan based DrayTek Provides broadband routers series serve...

PCI DSS Version 3.2.1 Released

PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) published PCI DSS Version 3.2.1 with minor revision to the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), which businesses around the world use to safeguard...

7 most common e-commerce security mistakes

The first step of running an online store is simple: do not. In the majority of cases, hosting the platform is an unnecessary headache and opting for an e-commerce-as-a-service solution...

Man Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison For Launching DDoS Attacks

A Man From New Mexico sentenced to 15 Years in Prison for Attacks on various victims including  business competitors , prior employers and public services. A DDoS attack is a malicious attempt to disable or interrupt...

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