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  • by Help Net Security
    With National Coding Week behind us, the development community has had its annual moment of collective reflection and focus on emerging technologies that are shaping the industry. Among these, large language models (LLMs) and “generative AI” have become a cornerstone for applications ranging from automated customer service to complex data analysis. Recent research shows that […]
  • by Help Net Security
    Vulnerability scanners delve into systems to uncover security gaps. The primary mission? To fortify organizations against breaches and shield sensitive data from exposure. Beyond merely pinpointing weaknesses, vulnerability scanning is a proactive measure to anticipate potential attacker entry points. The essence of this process lies not just in detection but in remediation and refining strategies, […]
  • by Mirko Zorz
    MITRE ATT&CK, a common language for cybersecurity professionals to communicate with each other and better understand real-world adversary behaviors, celebrates its 10th anniversary this fall. In this Help Net Security interview, project leader Adam Pennington discusses the framework, how defenders can best use it, and what’s next. What were the main drivers behind the creation […]
  • by Help Net Security
    While many IT workers see the productivity benefits of AI, 56% believe it benefits employers more than employees, according to Ivanti. Additionally, 63% are concerned generative AI tools might take their job in the next five years compared to 44% of office workers. Interestingly, when office workers need IT for a problem, they prefer to […]
  • by Helga Labus
    US educational nonprofit organization National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) has revealed that the breach of its MOVEit server ended up affecting almost 900 colleges and universities, and resulted in the theft of personal information of their students. The National Student Clearinghouse MOVEit breach notice NSC provides educational reporting, data exchange, verification, and research services to around […]
  • by Help Net Security
    BinDiff is a binary file comparison tool to find differences and similarities in disassembled code quickly. It was made open source today. With BinDiff, you can identify and isolate fixes for vulnerabilities in vendor-supplied patches. You can also port symbols and comments between disassemblies of multiple versions of the same binary or use BinDiff to […]
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