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Imperva CTO: Breach caused by mishandled database migration

The data breach that recently affected certain customers of Imperva’s Cloud Web Application Firewall (WAF) product was made possible by a series of missteps as the cybersecurity company migrated to a cloud-based database service, the firm’s chief technology officer disclosed yesterday in a blog post. Collectively, these errors allowed an unauthorized party to steal an…
Report: SSDP reflection attacks spike, and other Q1 2015 DDoS trends
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Imperva finds DDoS for hire on Fiverr

Professional services online marketplace Fiverr bills itself as "the easiest way to get everything done at unbeatable value" and apparently, at least briefly, that promise extended to distributed denial of service (DDoS) for hire.
Security News, Vulnerabilities

Google Photos bug leaked location history

Imperva Researchers recently patched a vulnerability in Google Photos that could allow threat actors to track a user’s location history. By exploiting the flaw and using a little social engineering, malicious websites could have exposed when Google Photos were taken, according to the report. Imperva researcher Ron Masas used an HTML link tag to create…

Cat burglar: Kitty cryptominer targets web application servers, then spreads to app users

Cat got your tongue? It also might be stealing your computer processing power, in order to mine Monero coins. According to researchers at Imperva, a newly uncovered, sophisticated cryptojacking malware nicknamed Kitty is attempting to infect web application servers by exploiting the recently discovered Drupalgeddon 2.0 remote code execution vulnerability that was patched last March.…
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