Security Risks in Logistics APIs Used by E-Commerce Platforms

Our research examines the security flaws that we found in the logistics API implementation of e-commerce platforms that can potentially expose the consumers’ personal information. We discuss the security risks that such flaws present for software engineers, e-commerce platform providers, and consumers. Read More HERE…

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Security Breaks: TeamTNT’s DockerHub Credentials Leak

One of our honeypots based on exposed Docker REST APIs showed cybercriminal group TeamTNT’s potential attack scenario and leak of container registry credentials for docker-abuse malware. The full version of this research will be presented at the c0c0n XV Hacking and Cyber Security Conference in September 2022. Read More HERE…

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How Malicious Actors Abuse Native Linux Tools in Attacks

Through our honeypots and telemetry, we were able to observe instances in which malicious actors abused native Linux tools to launch attacks on Linux environments. In this blog entry, we discuss how these utilities were used and provide recommendations on how to minimize their impact. Read More HERE…

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Enhancing Cloud Security by Reducing Container Images Through Distroless Techniques

We analyzed the Distroless technique for reducing the size of container images and explored its capabilities to address security concerns. We provide an alternative approach to Distroless that reduces the attack surface for malicious actors targeting cloud-native applications while optimizing cloud resources. Read More HERE…

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Tackling the Growing and Evolving Digital Attack Surface: 2022 Midyear Cybersecurity Report

This blog entry highlights the threats that dominated the first six months of the year, which we discussed in detail in our midyear cybersecurity roundup report, “Defending the Expanding Attack Surface.” Read More HERE…

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Analyzing the Hidden Danger of Environment Variables for Keeping Secrets

While DevOps practitioners use environment variables to regularly keep secrets in applications, these could be conveniently abused by cybercriminals for their malicious activities, as our analysis shows. Read More HERE…

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