Top 5 Threats Healthcare Organizations Face and How to Combat Them
Looking to protect your healthcare organization from cyber-threats? Here are the top five threats to look out for and tips on how to outsmart attackers.
Blockchain Blunders: Exposing Digital Pickpockets in the Ethereum Ecosystem
(Many thanks to Jon Hart and Bob Rudis for their contributions to this post.)
Port 8545 appeared on our radar as one of the top 20 most talkative ports of
June 2018. Intrigued by its popularity, we began to examine data related to
connections to port 8545, and consequently uncovered an Ocean’s 8-scale heist.
Data from our Heisenberg honeypot network
[https://opendata.rapid7.com/heisenberg.cowrie/] shows that activity on port
8545 has remained at a steady level since May 2018. Interestingly, in
Off the Chain! A Research Paper Observing Bitcoin Nodes on the Public Internet
Over the last several years, blockchain-based technologies have exploded in
growth. Lately it seems like blockchains are turning up everywhere, from
to the next hot cryptocurrency
Waves of new companies, products and applications exist, often in the form of
just wedging a blockcha
Weekly Metasploit Update: Apple, GDB, and Dogecoin
Apple TV Tricks
This week, we have three new auxiliary modules that facilitate taking over Apple
TV devices, all from community contributor 0a2940 [https://twitter.com/0a29],
with help from Wei sinn3r [https://twitter.com/_sinn3r] Chen and Dave
TheLightCosine [https://twitter.com/TheLightCosine] Maloney. Why Apple TV? Well,
for starters, we already have modules for Google's Chromecast, a similar chunk
of consumer hardware, and we didn't want Google to think we were picking on
Botnets and the War on Bitcoin
If you've been reading the most recent news from the interwebs, you probably
heard that Bitcoin is on a rollercoaster.
If you're not familiar with it, Bitcoin is a global online currency, the cash of
the Internet. It has no central regulator and no authority: it's a decentralized
system where technology is in control.
Bitcoins are generated by the people part of its network. Generating, or better
"mining", Bitcoins requires your computer to perform an expensive cryptographic