DHS website falls victim to hacktivist intrusion

Hacktivist group NullCrew recently announced a succesful intrusion against a website in the DHS.GOV domain hierarchy.

It looks as though the site was vulnerable to what’s known as a directory traversal vulnerability.

Hacktivist group NullCrew recently announced a succesful intrusion against a website in the DHS.GOV domain hierarchy.

It looks as though the site was vulnerable to what’s known as a directory traversal vulnerability.

Monday review – the hot 17 stories of the week

OK, these aren’t just the hot 17 stories of the past week, but of the two weeks before that, too.

If, like us, you’ve been enjoying some downtime over the Christmas and New Year holidays, here’s your quickest way to get back up to speed with Naked Sec…

OK, these aren’t just the hot 17 stories of the past week, but of the two weeks before that, too.

If, like us, you’ve been enjoying some downtime over the Christmas and New Year holidays, here’s your quickest way to get back up to speed with Naked Security…

Practical IT: are your firewalls in the wrong place?

Firewalls have come a long way in the last 15 years. But today’s standard architecture might leave something to be desired and we talk about what firewall administrators want to look at.

Firewalls have come a long way in the last 15 years. But today’s standard architecture might leave something to be desired and we talk about what firewall administrators want to look at.

Report: 94% of US hospitals suffered data breaches, and 45% had quintuplets

Competent healthcare providers are great at medical things.

Securing electronic devices or health records? Not so much, the Ponemon Institute finds.

Competent healthcare providers are great at medical things.

Securing electronic devices or health records? Not so much, the Ponemon Institute finds.