A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.
Serious Security: OpenSSL fixes “error conflation” bugs – how mixing up mistakes can lead to trouble
Have you ever seen the message “An error occurred”? Even worse, the message “This error cannot occur”? Facts matter!
A great article and infographic that explains the best ways to secure your smartphone.
Social engineering is a scam that attempts to have a person perform an action which is against their own self interests. It is a con. Usually, the action is to provide confidential information (e.g., login information) or to execute malicious trojan horse content.
Most social engineering attacks have four common traits, which if present, signal a far higher likelihood of a scam being involved. Asking and answering four questions can help you avoid becoming a victim. If they are present, you should go out of your way to confirm the request using an additional, more trusted method before performing any action.
Here is the flowchart of those questions:
CI/CD platforms: How to choose the right continuous integration and delivery system for your business
Continuous integration and delivery platforms are paramount to the success of your development team. These are the best CI/CD platforms to check out.
Log4Shell is a dangerous security concern — and now Conti, a prominent ransomware group, is exploiting it to attack vulnerable servers to extort millions of dollars.
If you’re not certain whether your Java project is free from Log4j vulnerabilities, you should try this easy-to-use scanning tool immediately.
Disguised as legitimate apps, the GriftHorse malware has found its way onto more than 10 million Android devices. Learn how to determine whether your phone is […]
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