Security

Cisco: Hackers from Syrian Electronic Army use third party services for attacking mass-media

According to experts, those portals whose content is generated by third parties, journalists are at greater risk of being compromised. As the recent report by researchers from Cisco, a group of hackers calling themselves the Syrian Electronic Army, most likely use services of third parties to carry out attacks on the websites of various media. Moreover, for those portals whose…

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Networking

Cisco announced an updated beta version of WebEx services

[amzn_multi_product_inline keyword=’cisco’ count=’1′ page=” sort=” category=”] Cisco announced a beta version of the updated service WebEx, a platform for multimedia communication and collaboration, and free access to it. The beta version of the WebEx features include file sharing, the organization of HD-video conferencing, instant messaging, as well as the status display function access subscribers, manage contact information, records of meetings and…

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Networking

IPv6 will become the new Internet standard in June

Currently, most Internet users around the world use the fourth version of the Internet Protocol that has been virtually exhausted its possibilities. In its stead is a new development, called IPv6. And now finally, officially announced that the world’s leading providers of network equipment manufacturers and devices, and Internet companies jointly agreed to include permanent support Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) into…

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General

Young users are going to extreme measures for access to Internet

According to study of the worldwide Cisco, 7 out of 10 young workers often ignore the politics of IT, and one of four becomes a victim of identity theft and 30 years. The study found a striking relationship to the IT policy and the growing threats to security that represents a new generation of workers coming into the state. These are…

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Security

A new generation of targeted attacks

With the arrival of young professionals in the company’s experts predict changes in the Cisco security and data protection. In its annual report on the safety of the company have identified trends that suggest that college students who plan to work in large companies do not take security as seriously as their predecessors. The researchers found that 80% of students…

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Security

ZeroNights: Conference Program

Talking to international security-conferences, we are often faced with the question of Russian actions. All were very surprised response: in Russia until recently there was no full-fledged conference on information security. That is why we are very happy to talk about a new conference ZeroNights, which is organized Russian community with the support of DEFCON Digital Security. At the moment passes and…

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General

OpenStack Diablo to strengthen the power of the cloud

OpenStack , cloud operating system open source, went into the release of Diablo, the fourth version of the product. OpenStack Diablo allows users to automate and control the computer pools, storage and network resources, covering vast areas and numerous data centers, all with improved scalability, performance and networking capabilities.   Diablo adds new features in three key areas: OpenStack Compute – New features…

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Security

Anonymous claims to have access to DNS-servers of Microsoft, Apple, Facebook, and others

Anonymous division in Sri Lanka said on breaking DNS-server companies Symantec, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and several other organizations over the past few days. Group members say that if they wish, they can hold so-called cache poisoning attack on the DNS-server. DNS-cache snooping is a process that allows you to get a full or almost full information about the DNS-records for the domain…

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