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Duncan Slater

Reducing the Impact of a Breach Through Early Detection (Part 1)

How you respond to any incident can have a dramatic effect on the overall outcome and its potential on going impact.  Over this two-part series Foregenix will look to answer the question – “How well will you respond when it really matters?” covering Incident Response and the often-overlooked gap that is ‘Intrusion detection’ or as we like to call it ‘Incident Readiness.’

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David Kirkpatrick

You are the Weakest Link … Goodbye!

Historically, customers have used penetration testing to test the security of their infrastructure from an external or internal perspective. For a long time, this has been the ‘de facto’ standard to test for security vulnerabilities. However, we (penetration testers), have been aware for quite some time that this is not the full story.

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Jake Dennys

Identifying a Social Engineering Attack

To defend against most online threats, you need to invest heavily in third party software to keep your eCommerce environment on lock down. You can have the best security systems in the world, but one well placed social engineering attack can undo all of your hard work and render your investment useless. Being aware of what social engineering is and the potential impact it can have on your business is critical to keeping your customers safe. 

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Paul Taylor

Responsible Disclosure of Zero-Day Vulnerabilities Discovered in NfSen and AlienVault OSSIM

Part 1 of 2 – Introduction and Background

NfSen is an open source netflow data capture and analysis module which can be used as a standalone product, and is also integrated into AlienVault’s USM/OSSIM security monitoring software.

During a penetration testing engagement for one of our clients, Foregenix discovered a zero-day vulnerability in NfSen. The zero-day allowed remote code execution as root, resulting in a total server compromise.

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Duncan Slater

Alert: Major UK Payment Service Provider iFrame Man-In-The-Middle Breach

The Foregenix Digital Forensics and Incident Response Team recently reported a man-in-the-middle attack that we had seen executed against an iFrame redirected payment method.  The attack specifically targeted the iFrame of a popular UK Payment Service Provider (PSP). We have received numerous requests for more detailed information around how the attack was orchestrated – principally as outsourced payment models were considered largely secure – and in that light we present the details of how the attack was accomplished.

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Duncan Slater

Reducing the Impact of a Breach Through Early Detection (Part 1)

How you respond to any incident can have a dramatic effect on the overall outcome and its potential on going impact.  Over this two-part series Foregenix will look to answer the question – “How well will you respond when it really matters?” covering Incident Response and the often-overlooked gap that is ‘Intrusion detection’ or as we like to call it ‘Incident Readiness.’

Read More
David Kirkpatrick

You are the Weakest Link … Goodbye!

Historically, customers have used penetration testing to test the security of their infrastructure from an external or internal perspective. For a long time, this has been the ‘de facto’ standard to test for security vulnerabilities. However, we (penetration testers), have been aware for quite some time that this is not the full story.

Read More
Jake Dennys

Identifying a Social Engineering Attack

To defend against most online threats, you need to invest heavily in third party software to keep your eCommerce environment on lock down. You can have the best security systems in the world, but one well placed social engineering attack can undo all of your hard work and render your investment useless. Being aware of what social engineering is and the potential impact it can have on your business is critical to keeping your customers safe. 

Read More
Paul Taylor

Responsible Disclosure of Zero-Day Vulnerabilities Discovered in NfSen and AlienVault OSSIM

Part 1 of 2 – Introduction and Background

NfSen is an open source netflow data capture and analysis module which can be used as a standalone product, and is also integrated into AlienVault’s USM/OSSIM security monitoring software.

During a penetration testing engagement for one of our clients, Foregenix discovered a zero-day vulnerability in NfSen. The zero-day allowed remote code execution as root, resulting in a total server compromise.

Read More
Duncan Slater

Alert: Major UK Payment Service Provider iFrame Man-In-The-Middle Breach

The Foregenix Digital Forensics and Incident Response Team recently reported a man-in-the-middle attack that we had seen executed against an iFrame redirected payment method.  The attack specifically targeted the iFrame of a popular UK Payment Service Provider (PSP). We have received numerous requests for more detailed information around how the attack was orchestrated – principally as outsourced payment models were considered largely secure – and in that light we present the details of how the attack was accomplished.

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Cyber Security Insights

Ray Simpson
19/06/18 13:48

Getting to Grips With the Australian Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme.

In light of the Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme which came into effect in Australia on 22nd February 2018, Foregenix has launched three service ...

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Paul Taylor
21/05/18 09:14

Foregenix Identify Multiple Dell EMC RecoverPoint Zero-Day Vulnerabilities

Foregenix is disclosing six vulnerabilities which were identified in Dell EMC RecoverPoint products during a recent engagement. In the course of the ...

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Andrew McKenna
17/05/18 14:26

Risk & Privacy: What are the board level considerations?

Problem: You’re on the board of a business and want to verify the business is implementing appropriate measures to adhere to security and privacy ...

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Benjamin Hosack
16/05/18 12:30

New Services to Secure Blockchain & Cryptocurrency

Foregenix is proud to announce the launch of its Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Security Practice. Building upon years of experience in the Payment Card ...

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Jake Dennys
14/05/18 15:42

Foregenix Take Best Security at The Techies 2018!

The Techie Awards 2018 are a Business Exchange initiative, created to celebrate the innovation and entrepreneurship of the IT community in Swindon & ...

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