Using a Man in the Middle (MITM) style attack and some packet manipulation, you can hack any Microsoft SQL Server and setup shop.
The latest threat insights from Anitian’s Sherlock Managed Threat Intelligence team.
Sometimes automated scanners cannot detect subtle vulnerabilities embedded deep inside scripts. It pays to dig a little deeper to strike vulnerability gold.
The Anitian team assesses and prognosticates the big cybersecurity trends for 2016. On our minds, election hacking, security analytics, ISO 27001 and more.
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The latest insights from Anitian’s Sherlock Threat Intelligence team
In October 1995, I finally found my calling. What I found was SQL Injection, perhaps the most prevalent web site hack still alive and well twenty years later. However, what I discovered was that my calling is not about hacking websites, but rather hacking humans.