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Leave Spicer alone! (Or, why DNS registration is horrible)

Enlarge / White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer takes questions on February 7. His home address, phone and personal e-mail were discovered in the...

Fileless attacks against enterprise networks

During incident response, a team of security specialists needs to follow the artefacts that attackers have left in the network.Artefacts are stored in logs,...

How to succeed in online investigations and digital forensics

Link analysis training from Maltego developers Maltego, the tool best known for deep data mining and link analysis, has helped law enforcement and intelligence agencies,...

3 clues to spotting a spam scam

I received the following “domain abuse notice” for one of my inactive registered domains last week: Those of us who have dealt with falsely blacklisted...

Computer forensics defuses FBI’s Clinton email ‘bombshell’ – the math doesn’t...

95 per cent of the 650,000 messages not relevant Analysis Since igniting a political firestorm and triggering major changes in US presidential voting intentions by...

RiskIQ Advances PassiveTotal to Improve Digital Risk Monitoring Across Growing Web,...

New Internet Data Sets, Monitoring, and Project Features Yield Greater Context Into Attackers’ InfrastructureSAN FRANCISCO and LONDON, UK – November 1, 2016 RiskIQ, the...

Como–D’oh! Infosec duo exploits OCR flaw to nab a website’s HTTPS...

Pair abused typo blind spot to game certificate authority Two European security researchers exploited Comodo's crappy backend systems to obtain a HTTPS certificate for a...

FBI-owned Megaupload.org serves up porn and sex ads

megaupload.orgreader comments 11 Share this story Megaupload.org used to be where you'd go to access the vast amount of films hosted by Kim Dotcom's Megaupload...

RiskIQ Launches Real-Time Security Intelligence Services to Predict Attacker's Next Move

Empowers customers to fight back by detecting malicious activity as it appears on the InternetSan Francisco – July 28, 2016 – RiskIQ, the leader...