Protect yourself from targeted phishing attacks, malware, spyware, and more. Bad actors and their tactics continue to become more and more sophisticated. Ensure that you change default passwords, always use encryption, learn about safe browsing habits, and maintain security for your home or business network.

Using DNS RPZ to Protect Against Malicious Threats

Using DNS RPZ to Protect Against Malicious Threats

Estimated Reading Time: 7 minutes As discussed in a previous blog, DNS RPZ provides IT teams and network administrators with a “DNS configuration layer”, or rewrite module, to effectively handle DNS responses with the open source domain name system software, BIND.

Malicious Cryptocurrency Mining, Cryptomining, Cryptojacking, Malmining

What is Malicious Cryptocurrency Mining?

Estimated Reading Time: 8 minutes First off, let’s make it clear that there is nothing inherently malicious about the act of cryptocurrency mining. Rather, over the past couple of years cybercriminals and bad actors have leveraged existing exploits and found unsecured hardware to implant Cryptocurrency Mining code and steal CPU/GPU cycles from computer owners and website visitors without their knowledge. These activities are what we refer to as “Malicious Cryptocurrency Mining”.

Content as the New Clickbait: The Battle against News & Politics

Politics and News: The Growing Trend of Content as the New Clickbait

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes Over the past decade, the use of “clickbait” ads has become the norm in order to entice viewers to click on the ad and drive traffic to a publisher. Web surfers have grown accustomed to seeing the same types of clickbait ads and sponsored stories like the ones shown below with sensational headlines about curing cancer, stopping aging, improving your sex life and more.

IoT Cybersecurity Reaches Tipping Point

IoT Cybersecurity Reaching Tipping Point

Estimated Reading Time: < 1 minute In an article on ITPro, Jeff Finn writes about how the state of IoT cybersecurity is reaching a tipping point, forcing IoT device manufacturers to work partners that excel at networking. “The writing on the wall for IoT device manufacturers is to get serious about security and develop fruitful channel partnerships with network technology providers.