Instead of concentrating on zero-day threats, security teams should focus on preventing common, simple attacks to solve complex security issues.
A savvy hacker may identify vulnerabilities that lead to memory attacks. Learn what contributes to these issues and best practices for avoiding them.
Recent security research found that cybercriminals may be taking their zero-day exploits to the open malware market, peddling them to the highest bidder.
To better prevent command injection attacks, developers need to learn how to think like a hacker and identify weak points in software.
Hackers frequently use SQL injection as a means of attacking and taking over databases. Here's what you need to know to avoid this type of breach.
IBM BigFix has a fixlet available for corporate users looking to uninstall QuickTime for Windows, which was found to have serious vulnerabilities.
QuickTime for Windows will soon be unsupported, and security researchers have identified at least two zero-day vulnerabilities that will not be patched.
A recent threat report from Symantec found that zero-day vulnerabilities were found about once a week in 2015, representing a big increase from 2014.
The Cisco ASA IKE buffer overflow is a critical vulnerability and requires a proactive response. Let's look at possible Cisco ASA remediation actions.
Traditional approaches to intrusion prevention are not as effective as they once were, and deep packet inspection is an attractive modern option.