Month: May 2018

Summary: In May of 2016 , a massive security breach resulted due to the hack of servers at Mossack Fonseca, a major law firm involving emails, pdf files, photo files and excerpts of an internal database. It was around 2.6 TB of data that spanned a period of more than 40 years. This is the […]

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In some ways software vulnerabilites have close resemblance with a living organism. It goes through much the same stages of lifecycle from being born ( discovered ) to information getting added , exploits getting published , patches made available by vendors / reserachers and systems and services eventually getting patched and newer things getting discovered […]

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