Deception: Why It’s Not Just Another Honeypot

LinuxSecurity.com: Deception – isn’t that a honeypot? That’s a frequently asked question when the topic of deception technology arises. This two-part post will trace the origins of honeypots, the rationale behind them, and what factors ultimately hampered their wide-scale adoption.

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There’s Now a Dark Web Version of Wikipedia

LinuxSecurity.com: In many parts of the world, like North America, using Wikipedia is taken for granted; hell, there are even Twitter accounts to track government employees editing the internet’s free encyclopedia while on the clock. But in other places, like Turkey or Syria, using Wikipedia can be difficult, and even dangerous.

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New web browsing security tool arrives: DNS over TLS

LinuxSecurity.com: Net neutrality is on its death bed. With it gone, ISPs will be able to strip-data-mine your every move on the web. There are answers. One is Tenta’s new secure Domain Name System (DNS) resolver, Tenta DNS. This receives and sends the directions to the websites you visit using the secure Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol

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5 Free or Low-Cost Security Tools for Defenders

LinuxSecurity.com: INSECURITY CONFERENCE 2017 – Washington, DC – Defending the enterprise is increasingly getting complex, with cloud, mobile, and IoT services expanding the potential attack surface and yet IT security budgets may remain constrained to address new threats, Arun DeSouza, CISO and privacy officer with Nexteer Automotive, said in a presentation here today.

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