Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 81
Welcome to the Tenable Network Security Podcast - Episode 81
Hosts: Paul Asadoorian, Product Evangelist, Ron Gula, CEO/CTO
- A new blog post has been published this week:
- A new version of the 3D tool will be available this week and a new CIS Oracle 11 audit policy is available for download in the Customer Support Portal
- Check out our video channel on YouTube that contains the latest Nessus and SecurityCenter 4 tutorials.
- We're hiring! - Visit the Tenable web site for more information about open positions.
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- Hackers are worried that the Sony compromise will lower the Value of stolen cards - Supply and demand applies to stolen credit cards. Additionally, this graphic of a Sony controller provides a humorous take on the whole incident.
- Mom’s Guide to the NSA’s Home Security Guidelines - Are these things that corporate security folks should live by? Does keeping your software up-to-date (not patches but versions) really keep you from getting hacked?
- The best password is a sentence, says expert - Or even the first letter of each work in a sentence. Attackers are after your email accounts, as that seems to be the jumping off point for more serious attacks.
- Serious flaw in OpenID - It's good when there is a common system for authentication, it's bad when that system has a security flaw, like OpenID has.
- Samsung Data Management SQLi - Also, the root password for the device was hard-coded into the firmware. This also means that all devices had the same root password.
- Spear Phishing A Tough Catch - Or an easier catch, stolen subscriber information will provide attackers with more than what they need to perform email social engineering against targets whose data was stolen.
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