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Senator Calls For Use Of DMARC To Curb Phishing

Senator Ron Wyden is pushing to mandate government-wide use of the email authentication protocol DMARC “to ensure that hackers cannot send emails that impersonate federal agencies.”

Windows, Linux distros, macOS pay for Kerberos 21-year-old ‘cryptographic sin’

Researchers find an authentication protocol bug that affects Windows, Linux and Apple.

Blockchain Based Ticketing Company Aventus Systems Announces Advisory Board

London, 14th July, 2017: Aventus Systems a UK blockchain-based protocol developer that has created a disruptive application to revolutionize the event ticketing industry, has today announced its advisory board.

Advisors joining the board include: Professor Mike Waterson, one of the United Kingdomrsquo;s leading authorities on ticketing, Professor William Knottenbelt, the Director of the Cryptocurrency Research & Engineering Centre at Imperial College, Bernie Dillon, a 30 year entertainment industry veteran who has worked with brands such... Source: RealWire

Microsoft Patches Critical Zero-Day Flaw in Windows Security Protocol

Researchers at Preempt uncovered two critical vulnerabilities in the Windows NTML security protocols, one of which Microsoft patched today.

Microsoft to patch hole in aged auth protocol

NTLM gets fixed up to limp onward Computer security biz Preempt warned last October that Microsoft NT LAN Manager (NTLM) should be avoided. On Tuesday, it plans to support its assessment with the release of two vulnerabilities.…

Ghost of NTLM still haunts Microsoft: Aged protocol hole patched

Authentication system gets fixed up today to limp onward Computer security biz Preempt warned last October that Microsoft NT LAN Manager (NTLM) should be avoided. On Tuesday, it plans to support its assessment by going public with details of two vulnerabilities.…

Cisco Wide Area Application Services Core Dump Denial of Service Vulnerability

A vulnerability in the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol of Cisconbsp;Wide Area Application Services (WAAS) could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to cause a denial of service (DoS) condition on an affected device due t...

German e-gov protocol carries ancient vulns

Dies ist eine chaos Germany's e-government system is open to padding oracle attacks and other vulnerabilities because of an insecure communications protocol.…

Vulnerabilities Found in German e-Government Communication Library

Researchers find critical flaws in secure communications protocol used in areas including population registration, justice and public health systems.

Management bug can crash Cisco IOS, IOSnbsp;XE

Nine SNMP MIBs vulnerable Cisco's been caught out by the venerable Simple Network Management Protocol, turning up nine bugs in IOS and IOSnbsp;XE that appear in all SNMP versions.…

How to use correlation IDs in ASP.Net Web API

When working with microservices that communicate over the HTTP protocol, you will want to use correlation IDs to track individual requests.

Because requests might flow through many services that are spread across multiple systems, tracking them with correlation IDs will be your only hope of detecting and diagnosing errors that might creep into the middleware systems.

This article discusses what correlation IDs are, why they are useful, and how they can be used in ASP.Net Web API.What are correlation IDs? Letrsquo;s assume you have implemented a microservices architecture.
In an application comprised of microservices, different aspects of incoming requests will be handled by different microservices, all working asynchronously on their specific tasks and ultimately coming together to generate the response. Now, if something goes wrong, how would you determine by looking at the logs exactly where the request failed? Your logs might contain millions upon millions of log messages.
It would be a daunting task to find the relevant log entries among so many messages.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Tempered Networks Brings Identity Defined Networking to PCI-DSS

Host Identity Protocol based Identity Defined Network approach gets additional capabilities to help enable PCI-DSS compliance.