What is Domain Fronting?

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Finjan What is Domain Fronting?

A little-known software feature called domain fronting has become the central issue in a worldwide dilemma now facing internet users wishing to gain access to websites and online resources that their governments have deemed off-limits. Censorship of internet access and content has been very much in the news in recent months, as the global debate over data rights and privacy … Read More

Best Practices to Prevent DLL Hijacking

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Finjan Best Practices to Prevent DLL Hijacking

Though we routinely use computer programs to perform our daily tasks, few of us actually know or tend to consider the implications of how this software is constructed, and any weaknesses it might be vulnerable to before it starts its work. But hackers and the malicious tools employed by cyber-criminals don’t only target applications once they’re up and running. It’s … Read More

How will GDPR Affect Social Media Marketing?

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Finjan How will GDPR Affect Social Media Marketing?

The May 25th, 2018 deadline for its formal introduction has passed and organizations across the globe are scrambling frantically to ensure that they’re prepared to meet the demanding terms of the European Union’s (EU’s) General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR. It’s a legal and compliance framework designed to safeguard the privacy and data rights of EU citizens and residents – … Read More

Browser Extension Sniffers – How Do Bad Actors Use Them?

Finjan TeamBlog, Cybersecurity

Finjan Browser Extension Sniffers   How Do Bad Actors Use Them?

Web browser extensions are those little applets you can add to your Firefox, Chrome, Edge/Internet Explorer or other desktop, to increase the functionality of the main program, and spice up your online experience in any number of ways. For the desktop browser environment, extensions are pretty much the equivalent to mobile apps. In fact, many of them also come in … Read More

How Honeytokens Are Used To Track Cybercriminals

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Finjan How Honeytokens Are Used To Track Cybercriminals

Proactive methods of cyber-defense, including the use of “honeytokens”, have been growing in popularity recently, as commercial and other organizations seek ways of “bringing the fight” to hackers and cyber-criminals, rather than just sitting back and waiting for something to happen. Ironically, one of those ways involves just that: Sitting back and waiting for something to happen – but only … Read More

How Changing DNS Can Speed Up Your Computer or Mobile Device

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Finjan How Changing DNS Can Speed Up Your Computer or Mobile Device

With Net Neutrality gone, and privacy issues very much in the news, you might be forgiven for overlooking one of the other primary functions of an Internet Service Provider or ISP: Regulating the speed of the network connections that they make available to their subscribers. While you may have been cursing your ISP for their grindingly slow connections and the … Read More

The Growing Use of Blockchain Technology in Cars

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Finjan The Growing Use of Blockchain Technology in Cars

With the evolution of the automobile beyond four (sometimes three) wheels, a solid chassis, and an internal combustion engine, vehicular technology has had to embrace a full spectrum of innovations, as the market continues to develop and grow. New materials, alternative fuel, and energy sources, changing manufacturing and safety standards, and the incorporation of computer technology throughout: All of these … Read More

Employee Compliance and the Challenge to a Cybersecurity Strategy

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Finjan Employee Compliance and the Challenge to a Cybersecurity Strategy

Around 39% of respondents to a recent business survey conducted by Tech Pro Research said that their company has a formal, regularly updated policy for cybersecurity, typically covering employee training and automatic software updates, and often with the inclusion of new firewall or anti-virus products. Unfortunately, an equal number of those polled (39%) said that their companies didn’t have a … Read More

Data Privacy in Europe, the US, and Other Regions

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Finjan Data Privacy in Europe, the US, and Other Regions

As each day’s news seems to bring fresh revelations on how internet giants like Facebook and Google are allegedly abusing the trust of their subscribers by harvesting and selling personal data to the highest bidder, issues concerning online and general information privacy have become a major talking point. These issues have also become a priority for lawmakers across the planet, … Read More

Healthcare Data Breaches – A Common Problem and a Real Threat

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Finjan Healthcare Data Breaches   A Common Problem and a Real Threat

As a safeguard for patients’ personal or financial data, to protect the integrity of pharmaceutical products and medical processes, and for various other reasons, organizations operating in the healthcare sector are required to comply with conditions set out by legal frameworks such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). These provide recommendations and regulatory compliance demands which are … Read More