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URL Redirection Attacks: What is it and how to stay protected?
on March 17, 2019 at 2:00 pm
URL redirection attacks redirect victims from the current page to a new URL which is usually a phishing page that impersonates a legitimate site and steals credentials from the victims. Such techniques are a common practice and a widely used method for attackers to trick victims. Attackers use social engineering techniques such as phishing emails to redirects victims from trusted domain to a malicious site, which is known as URL redirection attack. […]
SQL Injection Vulnerability: What is it and how to stay protected?
on March 17, 2019 at 12:00 pm
SQL Injection Vulnerability: What is it and how to stay protected? SQL injection vulnerability impacts web applications that use SQL database such as MySQL, Oracle, SQL server, or other SQL-based databases. SQL injection vulnerability could allow attackers to gain complete access to the data of a database. […]
The tale of the ever-evolving Zeus trojan and its variants
on March 16, 2019 at 4:00 pm
Zeus, also known as Zbot, is a trojan that steals system information, account credentials, and banking information from compromised systems. The trojan was first spotted in 2007 when it compromised the United States Department of Transportation. Zeus is distributed primarily via spam campaigns, phishing campaigns, and drive-by-downloads. […]
Anatomy of Carbanak threat actor group and its malicious activities
on March 16, 2019 at 2:00 pm
Carbanak, also known as Fin7, Anunak, Carbon Spider, is a threat actor group that has been found to be involved in several attacks against banks, financial, hospitality and restaurant verticals. This Russian speaking cybercriminal group is characterized by their persistence targeting and large-scale theft of payment card details from victims’ systems. […]
DLL Hijacking attacks: What is it and how to stay protected?
on March 16, 2019 at 12:00 pm
DLL Hijacking attacks: What is it and how to stay protected? DLL Hijacking is an attack vector that could allow attackers to exploit Windows applications search and load Dynamic Link Libraries (DLL). If a web app is vulnerable to DLL Hijacking, attackers can load malicious DLLs in the PATH or other location that is searched by the application and have them executed by the application. […]