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Month: October 2017

FireEye releases GoCrack, a free managed Password Cracking Tool

Early this week FireEye released a managed password cracking tool, dubbed GoCrack, that is able to execute tasks across multiple GPU servers. Early this week FireEye released a managed password cracking tool, dubbed GoCrack, that is able to execute tasks across multiple GPU servers. GoCrack is an open source tool developed by FireEye’s Innovation and Custom Engineering […] The post FireEye releases GoCrack, a free managed Password Cracking Tool appeared first on Security Affairs....

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Oh Behave! – Simulation Analysis

When considering your organization’s response to a simulated phish, it is critical to understand that we are emulating / practicing for real life events with the purpose of conditioning appropriate response patterns in our user base.  In other words, when our users come across a real phish, we want them to report it right away. This is what allows us to identify a company’s resilience to specific (active) threats and to enable an anti-phishing programs ability to mitigate phishing risk. On a simulation level, we can analyze the user base’s performance in terms of the actions we are expecting...

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Best Practices to Help Safeguard Your Organization for the Internet of Things

Today, the billions of online IoT devices present an even more daunting challenge because they generally don’t receive the level of control, visibility, and protection that traditional systems receive. Coupled with widespread automation-based attacks, the potential for damage is even greater. Recent developments, outlined below, reveal why it’s time to take IoT security seriously....

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