Why you need a DMZ

Why you need a DMZ In today’s interconnected world, network design and segmentation are crucial for the security and performance of an organization’s IT infrastructure. A well-designed network should be segmented to isolate critical assets and minimize the impact of a potential security breach. One common approach to network segmentation is the use of a

What are Weak Hashing Algorithms

“SSL Certificate signed using weak hashing algorithm” refers to a security vulnerability in the SSL/TLS certificate used by a website. A hashing algorithm is used to create a unique digital signature for the certificate, which is then used to encrypt communications between the website and its visitors. If a weak hashing algorithm is used, the

Attack Surface Management

Introduction  External attack surface management (ASM) refers to the process of identifying, analyzing, and mitigating security risks and vulnerabilities that originate from outside an organization’s network. The focus of external ASM is to protect against threats such as hackers, cybercriminals, and malicious software that can target public-facing systems and applications. These threats can pose a