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What Does 'Sheep Dip' Mean in Cyber Security?

To sheep dip your USB devices means to scan them for malware before introducing them into a secure network. USB sheep-dipping is important for secure environments.

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Vulnerabilities: CVEs, Hashes, Application Installers Report February 5-12, 2018Future post

Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) is a catalog of known security threats. View the CVEs and hashes that the Metadefender Vulnerability Engine now supports.

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Can You Spot the Social Engineering Techniques in a Phishing Email?

Even poorly written phishing emails use certain social engineering techniques to get users to download and open malicious attachments.

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Vulnerabilities: CVEs, Hashes, Application Installers Report January 29-February 5, 2018

Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) is a catalog of known security threats. View the CVEs and hashes that the Metadefender Vulnerability Engine now supports.

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We Released an Advanced Email Security Comparison Guide

To help organizations sort through the different email security solutions available, we have put together a comparison guide for advanced email security.

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Vulnerabilities: CVEs, Hashes, Application Installers Report January 22-29, 2018

Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) is a catalog of known security threats. View the CVEs and hashes that the Metadefender Vulnerability Engine now supports.

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6 Potential Security Gaps in File Transfer Process for Critical Infrastructure

Not all critical infrastructure facilities are equipped to stop cyber criminals, who often try to exploit security gaps in the file transfer process.

Vulnerabilities: CVEs, Hashes, Application Installers Report January 15-22, 2018

Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) is a catalog of known security threats. View the CVEs and hashes that the Metadefender Vulnerability Engine now supports.

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Police Handing Out Malware-Infected USBs Is Not an Isolated Incident

Taiwanese police accidentally gave out USB drives containing malware as prizes for a security quiz, but the problem of infected USBs extends much further.

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How to Prevent Arbitrary File Disclosure Vulnerability in OpenOffice and LibreOffice

We chose CVE-2017-3157 to demonstrate how OPSWAT data sanitization, or CDR, prevents vulnerability exploits for OpenOffice and LibreOffice.

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