Honeypots can be useful tools for security research, teaching us about attackers’ methods.
Guest Post: MalConfScan is a new malware analysis and memory forensics tool developed by JPCERT/CC to assist with incident investigations.
Guest Post: A team of cybersecurity researchers are seeking to understand how malware infects home routers to develop ways to protect them from being used in DDoS attacks.
Guest Post: Response Policy Zone technology in resolver software is increasing the number of DNS resolver services.
APNIC recently participated in a JICA workshop for CERTs from Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, Viet Nam and Indonesia.
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Guest Post: Smishing is a growing problem in South Korea. What is it and what signs should you be aware of?
My colleagues recently shared their views on the Internet Society’s (ISOC) 2015 Global Internet Report, which focuses on the Mobile Internet, and now I will share mine.
Adli Wahid expands on how ATMs get affected with malware and the importance of physical security on IT assets.
A friend forwarded me a phishy-looking text message…. perfect timing for a fresh example for my incident response class!