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I’ve been an information security auditor for almost fifteen years. I’ve performed internal audits as well as external audits. I’ve worked in a number of different industries, including utilities, finance, healthcare, and manufacturing. I’ve also dealt with many...
There are basically three levels of network penetration testing: 1) Security Assessment (Validation) This level of testing is vulnerability-centric. Heavily utilizing automated toolsets, the test starts with a vulnerability assessment and is followed by a manual...
Yet another massive vulnerability that requires fast and widespread patching has just been announced: the KRACK (Key Reinstallation Attack) vulnerability, which exploits a handshake issue in the WPA2 Wi-Fi protocol. Thanks to KRACK, hackers can now potentially decrypt...