How can I generate several exploits in metasploit in a script like manner? [duplicate]

I need to generate several files in metasploit for testing some signatures and normally in metasploit I am required to msfconfole to start the engine and select an exploit using use /path/to/exploit/ set /some/payload/ set SOMEPARAM foobar… Continue reading How can I generate several exploits in metasploit in a script like manner? [duplicate]

Product Showcase: Acronis Cyber Protect

Considering the breadth and diversity of attacks facing today’s organizations, it’s no wonder cybersercurity and IT professionals are relying on an ever expanding arsenal of new tools and technologies. A recent survey revealed that nearly 80% of organi… Continue reading Product Showcase: Acronis Cyber Protect

3 areas of implicitly trusted infrastructure that can lead to supply chain compromises

The SolarWinds compromise in December 2020 and the ensuing investigation into their build services put a spotlight on supply chain attacks. This has generated a renewed interest by organizations to reevaluate their supply chain security posture, lest t… Continue reading 3 areas of implicitly trusted infrastructure that can lead to supply chain compromises

Infrastructure drift: A multidimensional problem with the need for new DevSecOps tools

As modern infrastructures get more complex everyday, DevOps teams have a hard time tracking infrastructure drift. The multiplicity of factors involved when running sophisticated infrastructures turns this situation into a multidimensional headache with… Continue reading Infrastructure drift: A multidimensional problem with the need for new DevSecOps tools

Why Automation and Zero Trust Go Hand-in-Hand

Zero trust can reshape how businesses approach digital security. The idea is to distrust by default, regardless of whether the information is located inside or outside the corporate network. From there, security teams can verify devices, apps and connections on a case-by-case basis. They should also re-verify the trust of those network assets on an […]

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Why threat hunting is obsolete without context

Cybersecurity is an undisputed concern within any industry – but how are organizations and businesses using the security data and information they collect to best ensure their businesses are protected from cyber threats? Threat hunting context Accordin… Continue reading Why threat hunting is obsolete without context

Dispelling four myths about automating PKI certificate lifecycle management

The public key infrastructure (PKI) underpins the most effective strategy for securing communications between machines, network and mobile devices, virtual servers, and the IoT, whether inside or outside the firewall. As the volume of machines, devices… Continue reading Dispelling four myths about automating PKI certificate lifecycle management

Cloud native adoption increasing security concerns

Cloud native adoption has both transformed the way organizations build modern applications and resulted in increased security threats and concerns, according to a research by Snyk. Most notably, the report found that: More than half of companies survey… Continue reading Cloud native adoption increasing security concerns