How to recognize and remove malware

Malicious software: how to recognize, remove, and prevent malware

 

Practically every PC user fears Trojan horses and computer viruses. Security is paramount if you are managing sensitive data or setting up a server. You need a comprehensive security concept to protect yourself against insidious malware. It’s helpful to know the different types...

 

SQL injection: Fundamentals and safeguards

SQL Injection: Protect your database system

There are daily reports on how security gaps in applications are exploited – because hardly a day goes by without a new gap being discovered or a known gap being closed. One attack method, which has always been based on exploiting such weak points, is called SQL injection. But what is actually hidden behind the malicious database exploitation and how can you protect your database system from it?

Content Security Policy: how websites are becoming safer

Content Security Policy: more security with web content

Websites can be full of security risks, especially when it comes to active content like JavaScript. Cross-site scripting enables cyber criminals to modify this content for their own purposes. This is dangerous for website operators and especially for internet users. The Content Security Policy tries to reduce this risk. Learn what’s behind the security standard and how it works.

How to recognize and remove malware

Malicious software: how to recognize, remove, and prevent malware

Practically every PC user fears Trojan horses and computer viruses. Security is paramount if you are managing sensitive data or setting up a server. You need a comprehensive security concept to protect yourself against insidious malware. It’s helpful to know the different types of malicious software that exist, and how to combat and safely remove them.

What is cybersecurity? The current dangers

Cybersecurity – digitally protected on the go

More and more dangers are creeping into the digital world. So it is no surprise that the issue of cybersecurity is gaining more and more weight and is taking a leading role in the fight against cybercrime. But how can you protect yourself from dangers on the network? And what is the current state in the US? We provide you with an overview of this.

Social engineering – the security gap at ‘layer 8’

Social engineering: human vulnerability exploited

The most effective system break-ins often happen without a scene. Instead of disrupting central network devices with DDoS attacks or sneaking through onto operating systems with Trojan horse techniques, hackers increasingly try to exploit the human security gap. There are various such methods that fall within the broader category of social engineering: a technique that sees hackers gather publicly...

WLAN security: the best protection for your network

WLAN security: how to make your wireless network into a fortress

When you’re traveling with portable devices, you’ll find public WLAN everywhere, giving you access to the world wide web. Even in residential and work spaces, practical wireless networking is widespread. It’s easy to forget that there’s a risk involved when transferring data using one of these access points. In the following article, we explain the biggest security risks and show you how to make...

Scamming: How to protect yourself against online fraud

Scamming: What is behind the fraud?

The internet is not new territory for scammers: Scamming encompasses all tricks that criminals use online in chats, via mail, or over social networks, to get unsuspecting people to give them their money. The criminals play their victims through deceitful methods on almost every platform across the internet: They build up a relationship, and eventually, lead their victims to make advance money...

SAML

SAML: the XML framework for SSO at a glance

Simplifying log-in processes makes websites more user friendly, and also helps to increase the security of user data. One of the most popular solutions for implementing authentication processes is SAML (security assertion markup language). Through a variety of components such as special protocols and message formats, this XML-based framework helps to implement internal and cross-company log-on...

Man-in-the-middle attack: an overview of attack patterns

Man-in-the-middle attack: attack patterns and countermeasures

A man-in-the-middle attack is a deceitful espionage attack which aims to listen, record, or manipulate sensitive data being sent between unsuspecting internet users. To do this, hackers rely on methods that enable them to position themselves, unnoticed, between two or more computers communicating with one another. We introduce you to some well-known attack patterns and countermeasures that can be...

Protect sensitive data with a strong password

Optimal password protection: how to choose a strong password

It only takes a few seconds for a hacker to gain access to your private data without you having any idea. More often than not, a password is the only means of protection when logging into online services; and if it is too obvious, it will not prove too much of a challenge for criminals to crack. There are numerous options to increase password security.


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