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Sean Power

Understanding POODLE SSL v3 Vulnerability

SSL is in the news again with another vulnerability.What Is and how does POODLE work?POODLE stands for Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption. How the newly announced POODLE attack works is by interfering with the protocol negotiation. An attacker can force your encryption to downgrade to a [...]

Oct 15th 2014

Bash Vulnerability AKA Shellshock

September 24th 2014 marked the announcement of a remote code execution vulnerability(CVE-2014-6271) for the Linux Bourne-Again SHell (BASH). Since vulnerability announcements are a daily occurrence, how much should you be concerned?The answer is very.There are three factors you need to consider:How [...]

Sep 24th 2014

Preventative Measures for your Website against an SQL Injection Attack

SQL Injection was one of the top 10 web vulnerabilities in 2007 and 2010. Lately DOSarrest has been noticing an increase in the number of SQL Injection attempts against our clients. Whether this attack technique continues to increase in frequency, it remains to be seen. Regardless, there are mitigat[...]

Sep 28th 2012

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