Experts agree that relying on SaaS vendors to backup and restore your data is dangerous. Yet that's exactly what huge portions of the business world are doing, according to the results of an exclusive new survey from IDG Research.
An SSL/TLS handshake requires at least 10 times more processing power on a server than on the client. SSL renegotiation attacks can readily take advantage of this asymmetric workload. Watch this video to learn how to easily mitigate these attacks.
When we first saw Metasploit back in 2004 at the DefCon hacker conference, we knew it would become a staple for security professionals the world over. And sure enough, Metasploit has become the de facto standard attack and penetration toolkit. Extremely extensible, and constantly updated to home in on the latest server and host vulnerabilities, Metasploit has the right stuff to test the perimeter of your network for holes, or determine whether your SQL or Web server or Unix, Linux, or Windows host can be compromised. If you have important systems to protect, point Metasploit at them yourself before someone else does. FULL REPORT ...