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Stephen Coty, Chief Security Evangelist

 
New Adobe Flash Zero-Day found by security researcher

A French Security Researcher known as Kafeine found a Zero-Day in Adobe’s flash player that is spread through the Angler exploit kit.  This exploit is being used in tandem with …

January 23, 2015 //

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How to Start the New Year on the Right Security Foot

Many people have New Year’s resolutions of going to work out at the gym or eating better. As we start another year that is sure to yield more …

January 19, 2015 //

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Don’t Let the Grinch Steal Christmas

Blog Contributions by Tyler Borland, Sr. Security Researcher and Stephen Coty, Chief Security Evangelist, Alert Logic Since we are in the thick of the holiday season, we are …

December 16, 2014 //

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SHELLSHOCK UPDATE: Additional Bash Vulnerabilities Identified

There has been a lot of confusion about CVE’s and ShellShock. Questions have come up like why so many different CVE’s? Which one should I implement? So we …

October 03, 2014 //

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Shellshock vulnerability: impact, analysis, and protection.

This week Stephane Chazelas, an Akamai security researcher, discovered an interesting bug in the Unix Bash (Bourne Again Shell) shell – known as “Shellshock” or “Bash Bug”. This vulnerability affects a wide …

September 26, 2014 //

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