318: Global SaaS Powerhouse ActiveCampaign CEO Jason VandeBoom Talks About the Importance of Following Your Instincts

Remote job: 318: Global SaaS Powerhouse ActiveCampaign CEO Jason VandeBoom Talks About the Importance of Following Your Instincts Subscribe to The Foundr Podcast on iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher and Spotify Jason VandeBoom, Founder & CEO, ActiveCampaign Founder and CEO of ActiveCampaign … Continue reading 318: Global SaaS Powerhouse ActiveCampaign CEO Jason VandeBoom Talks About the Importance of Following Your Instincts

Researcher Demonstrates 4 New Variants of HTTP Request Smuggling Attack

Remote job: Researcher Demonstrates 4 New Variants of HTTP Request Smuggling Attack A new research has identified four new variants of HTTP request smuggling attacks that work against various commercial off-the-shelf web servers and HTTP proxy servers. Amit Klein, VP of Security Research at SafeBreach who presented the findings today at the Black Hat security conference, said that the attacks highlight how web servers and HTTP proxy servers are still susceptible to HTTP Source: Hackernews Link: Researcher Demonstrates 4 New Variants of HTTP Request Smuggling Attack Continue reading Researcher Demonstrates 4 New Variants of HTTP Request Smuggling Attack

Case Study: How Incident Response Companies Choose IR Tools

Remote job: Case Study: How Incident Response Companies Choose IR Tools Many companies today have developed a Cybersecurity Incident Response (IR) plan. It’s a sound security practice to prepare a comprehensive IR plan to help the organization react to a sudden security incident in an orderly, rational manner. Otherwise, the organization will develop a plan while frantically responding to the incident, a recipe ripe for mistakes. Heavyweight boxer Mike Tyson once Source: Hackernews Link: Case Study: How Incident Response Companies Choose IR Tools Continue reading Case Study: How Incident Response Companies Choose IR Tools

Apple Touch ID Flaw Could Have Let Attackers Hijack iCloud Accounts

Remote job: Apple Touch ID Flaw Could Have Let Attackers Hijack iCloud Accounts Apple earlier this year fixed a security vulnerability in iOS and macOS that could have potentially allowed an attacker to gain unauthorized access to a user’s iCloud account. Uncovered in February by Thijs Alkemade, a security specialist at IT security firm Computest, the flaw resided in Apple’s implementation of TouchID (or FaceID) biometric feature that authenticated users to log in to Source: Hackernews Link: Apple Touch ID Flaw Could Have Let Attackers Hijack iCloud Accounts Continue reading Apple Touch ID Flaw Could Have Let Attackers Hijack iCloud Accounts

bashtop – Awesome Linux resource monitor that shows usage and stats for processor, memory, disks, and network

Remote job: bashtop – Awesome Linux resource monitor that shows usage and stats for processor, memory, disks, and network There is a new kid in town for resource monitoring on Linux called bashtop. As the name suggests, the entire tool … Continue reading bashtop – Awesome Linux resource monitor that shows usage and stats for processor, memory, disks, and network

US Government Warns of a New Strain of Chinese 'Taidoor' Virus

Remote job: US Government Warns of a New Strain of Chinese 'Taidoor' Virus Intelligence agencies in the US have released information about a new variant of 12-year-old computer virus used by China’s state-sponsored hackers targeting governments, corporations, and think tanks. Named “Taidoor,” the malware has done an ‘excellent’ job of compromising systems as early as 2008, with the actors deploying it on victim networks for stealthy remote access. “[The] FBI has Source: Hackernews Link: US Government Warns of a New Strain of Chinese 'Taidoor' Virus Continue reading US Government Warns of a New Strain of Chinese 'Taidoor' Virus

17-Year-Old 'Mastermind', 2 Others Behind the Biggest Twitter Hack Arrested

Remote job: 17-Year-Old 'Mastermind', 2 Others Behind the Biggest Twitter Hack Arrested A 17-year-old teen and two other 19 and 22-year-old individuals have reportedly been arrested for being the alleged mastermind behind the recent Twitter hack that simultaneously targeted several high-profile accounts within minutes as part of a massive bitcoin scam. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Mason Sheppard, aka “Chaewon,” 19, from the United Kingdom, Nima Fazeli, aka “Rolex Source: Hackernews Link: 17-Year-Old 'Mastermind', 2 Others Behind the Biggest Twitter Hack Arrested Continue reading 17-Year-Old 'Mastermind', 2 Others Behind the Biggest Twitter Hack Arrested

EU sanctions hackers from China, Russia, North Korea who're wanted by the FBI

Remote job: EU sanctions hackers from China, Russia, North Korea who're wanted by the FBI The Council of the European Union has imposed its first-ever sanctions against persons or entities involved in various cyber-attacks targeting European citizens, and its member states. The directive has been issued against six individuals and three entities responsible for or involved in various cyber-attacks, out of which some publicly known are ‘WannaCry’, ‘NotPetya’, and ‘Operation Cloud Source: Hackernews Link: EU sanctions hackers from China, Russia, North Korea who're wanted by the FBI Continue reading EU sanctions hackers from China, Russia, North Korea who're wanted by the FBI