“There are only two types of companies: those that have been hacked, and those that will be.”

— Robert Mueller, FBI Director, 2012

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Radio Waves: Explained

Radio Waves: Explained

Radio waves are a form of invisible electromagnetic energy that travels through space and the atmosphere. They transmit information, converting it into signals that our…

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How Does a Spanning Port Work?

How Does a Spanning Port Work?

A Spanning Port, often referred to as SPAN (Switched Port Analyzer), is a designated port on a network switch that’s set up to receive a…

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APT1: Cyber Espionage’s Most Wanted

APT1: Cyber Espionage’s Most Wanted

Cyber espionage groups have become significant threats to national security and corporate interests. One group that has consistently made headlines is APT1, also known as…

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CVSS: How Reliable Is Its Score?

CVSS: How Reliable Is Its Score?

CVSS, standing for Common Vulnerability Scoring System, is an industry-standard used to assess the severity of computer system security vulnerabilities. It assists in rating the…

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Honey Pot: How Effective Are They?

Honey Pot: How Effective Are They?

A honey pot is a computer security mechanism designed to detect, deflect, or study attempts at unauthorized use of information systems. Essentially, it’s a decoy…

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What Is CORS?

What Is CORS?

Imagine you’re at home (this represents your website), and you want to order a pizza (this represents the data you want from another website). Normally,…

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