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ThreatSTOP Bi-weekly Security Update

Malicious content identified and inserted:

  • IPs – 3967
  • Domains – 391

Target list content updated:

  • TSCritical
  • TSRansomware
  • TSPhishing
  • TSBanking
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Bi-weekly Security Update

Bi-weekly Security Update

Malicious content identified and inserted:

  • IPs – 960
  • Domains – 1653
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Paul mockapetris at namescon 2017

Come see the inventor himself, Paul Mockapetris, deliver the keynote presentation at NamesCon 2017:

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Bi-weekly Security Update 12/21-1/3

Malicious content identified and inserted:

  • IPs – 1625
  • Domains – 4562

Target lists updated:

  • TSCritical (Domains and IPs)
  • TSRansomware (Domains and IPs)
  • TSPhishing (Domains and IPs) – New Targets added!
  • TSBanking (Domains and IPs) – New Targets added!
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Biweekly Security Update

Biweekly Security Update

Malicious content identified and inserted:

  • IPs – 232
  • Domains – 386

Target lists updated:

  • TS-CRIT
  • TS-RANS
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Security Update - 11/10/2016

Three new allow lists were added to the ThreatSTOP Policy Builder. The following allow lists can be found under the “Allow” tab in the “Inbound Attacks (Servers)” category:

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How secure are home robots?

A few of these potential security risks for home robots might seem a bit far-fetched, but Tom Byrnes, the CEO of malware protection company ThreatSTOP, says it’s too easy to assume a home robot (or a more “professional” bot used in a corporate setting) is impenetrable.

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Tom Byrnes quoted in Newsweek: CLINTON AND CYBERSECURITY: HAS SHE LEARNED FROM HACKS AND WIKILEAKS DUMPS?

“My kids do a better job at securing their Minecraft server than what was being done by Clinton and her staff,” says Tom Byrnes, founder and CEO of network security firm ThreatStop in Carlsbad, California. “These are supposedly smart people who have very clearly been briefed on matters of basic digital hygiene they just didn’t follow. It’s scary.”

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ThreatSTOP 4.06 - New Ransomware Targets added

ThreatSTOP 4.06 release includes:

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3 reasons businesses are getting worse at cybersecurity

ThreatSTOP VP of Product Management, Joe Dalquist, quoted in an article on iMeetCentral.

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