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Post NordVPN Data Exposure: Using Domain Threat Intelligence to Prevent MitM Attacks

NordVPN admitted last month that its data center located in Finland was hacked on March 5, 2018. While the virtual private network (VPN) service provider claimed it learned of the incident as early as April 13, 2019, it only confirmed the compromise last month after reports that its expired Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificate and its private key were leaked. more

InterMed Breach: How Threat Intelligence Sources Help Maintain Domain Integrity

Major healthcare providers suffer a lot from breaches, both from a legal and financial standpoint. Aside from patient lawsuits, they also face severe penalties imposed by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). more

BriansClub & PoS Malware Attacks: How Threat Intelligence Solutions Help Prevent Payment Card Theft

The most common method by which PoS malware infects hosts is through insider threats and phishing. A knowledgeable employee may install the malware on card-reading machines or retrieve higher-ups' access credentials by guessing username-and-password combinations. more

Alleviating the Constant Clash Between DevSecOps and DevOps Teams

One of the main struggles of organizations is streamlining processes through cost-effective means. This problem is adequately addressed by DevOps, a set of processes that aims to unify development and operations. more

Cloud and IaaS DLP Woes: Is Additional Threat Intelligence a Solution?

Cloud-based technologies are effective means to gain visibility into the IT challenges faced by organizations. Adopting them enabled infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) providers to increase client uptime, security, and compliance, all the while giving more flexibility to scale up or down to respond to opportunities and challenges on time. more

Carpet-Bombing Attacks: A Rising Threat to ISPs

News of a South African ISP's two-day outage sent the industry abuzz last month, highlighting the need for improved distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack mitigation. more

How Threat Intelligence Prevents Nameserver Takeovers and Their Far-Reaching Damage

In an ideal world, administrators should never run across threats to their web properties. However, human errors and vulnerabilities inevitably get in the way of cybersafety. Managed Domain Name System (DNS) providers, registrars, and services can sometimes put users at immense risk as well. more

Can Domain Blacklisting Be Avoided?

If we're to sum up what any domain owner would want to avoid, it would be ending up in anyone's blacklist. Domain blacklisting has detrimental consequences for any business. Actually, it can have the same or similar negative brand effects as you'd see in the aftermath of a data breach or PR incident. more

How to Stay Safe Against DNS-Based Attacks

The Domain Name System (DNS) plays an essential role in resolving IP addresses and hostnames. For organizations, it ensures that users reach the proper sites, servers, and applications. While it's a fundamental base for a functioning Web, the problem is that this system can easily be abused. more

Unraveling Unsolved Mysteries with Threat Intelligence

Have you ever heard of Lake City Quiet Pills? It refers to a mysterious site that first made waves on Reddit in 2009 and has since resurfaced. What Is Lake City Quiet Pills? more