What is Red Team? How Red Teaming is Different Than Penetration Testing?

What is Red Team? How Red Teaming is Different Than Penetration Testing?

Application Security, Best Reads, Cyber Security, Data Breaches, Malware, Network Security, Threats & Vulnerabilities
With the rapid technological advancements, there’s a high risk of cyber attacks making organizations compromise their sensitive data. With this risk, it is important for organizations to know where they are lacking and what they should do to improve their security.    This is where the need for red teaming arises. Spending some dollars to hire someone to tell you your technological flaws can be fruitful in the longer term. According to a survey conducted in 2020, 92% respondents used red teaming processes.  If you want to improve your organizational processes, read this post to know what red Team is, how Red Teaming differs From Penetration Testing, and a comparison of Red Team vs Penetration Testing. What is Red Teaming? In the field of cyber security, red teaming is a type of assault intended…
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How To Investigate An Email ID Using Mosint?

How To Investigate An Email ID Using Mosint?

Application Security, Application/Appliance, Cloud & OS Platforms, Cyber Attacks, Cyber Security, Data Breaches, Linux, Mac, Network Security, Threats & Vulnerabilities
Email has become one of the most popular means of communication, especially in the business world. Despite its many benefits, the email also has some disadvantages that can impact productivity and effectiveness. One of the biggest disadvantages is its susceptibility to cyber-attacks. Cyberattacks are becoming more and more common, and email is often the gateway that attackers use to gain access to a company’s network. Once they have access, they can wreak havoc by stealing data, deleting files, or even taking over the entire network. Email IDs are also considered one of the markable Indicators of Compromise (IoCs) in the Cybersecurity landscape. It is not just important to know how to investigate an email ID, however, it is necessary to know. There are several tools and techniques to investigate an email ID,…
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How To Fix CVE-2021-1577- A Critical Arbitrary File Read And Write Vulnerability In Cisco APIC

How To Fix CVE-2021-1577- A Critical Arbitrary File Read And Write Vulnerability In Cisco APIC

Application Security, Application/Appliance, Cloud & OS Platforms, Cyber Attacks, Cyber Security, Data Breaches, INFOSEC, Network Security, Threats & Vulnerabilities
Cisco has published advisory for one critical severity, one high severity vulnerability, and two medium severity vulnerabilities in Cisco APIC (Application Policy Infrastructure Controller). Successful exploitation of the vulnerabilities could allow attackers to take over the vulnerable Cisco appliances. The flaw CVE-2021-1577 with a base score of 9.1 is the most critical vulnerability among the four, which allows unauthenticated, remote attackers to read or write arbitrary files on an affected system. We recommend all the owners of Cisco and cloud APIC app read this post that tells how to fix CVE-2021-1577- A Critical Arbitrary File Read and Write Vulnerability in Cisco APIC. List Of Other Vulnerabilities Disclosed In Cisco APIC And Cloud APIC: Four vulnerabilities uncovered in Cisco APIC and Cloud APIC are: CVE-2021-1577: Arbitrary File Read and Write Vulnerability…
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