Tracking Hacked Websites

I wanted to revisit the results of a few posts last year on how to track website defacements and see how things have changed since then. »

Memory As A Service

I've written and presented on the topic of insecure databases for nearly 2 years now. The example I use the most to demonstrate the problem is »

It's Still the Data, Stupid!

In light of the recent incident of MacKeeper exposing 13 million accounts through a public, unauthenticated MongoDB instances I wanted to quickly revisit my earlier blog »

Tracking HTTP/2.0 Adoption

HTTP/2.0 is the next version of the protocol powering websites and it promises many improvements over HTTP/1.x. There are a few different »

All About Dell

Dell has been hit with 2 security issues the past few days. I wanted to quickly summarize my findings from an external network perspective: 1. Laptops »