Russia announces new restrictions Law on the Internet freedom

The Russian Parliament Duma has just adopted a law introducing new rules Russian bloggers will have to abide.

The new law incorporates a package of bills for effective struggle against terrorism and extremism,.The law introduces a new term: “Internet user called blogger.” Bloggers will be obliged to declare their family name and initials and e-mail address.

I have a SIEM, now what?

It is becoming more common that companies invest in monitoring technologies, but don't put any resources to the actual monitoring of these technologies, or don't enable easily modified default content to alert them to potentially malicious activity. 

Caught between the Lines: Online Censorship Harms Corporate Security

Malicious Software

Malicious code or software is not at all a new term in the present era. Antivirus companies are trying hard to make the Internet safe and free from malware, but still the tight bond between flaws and features comes in between. The pre-installed utilities in BackTrack Machine (i.e., msfpayload and msfencode) can make you insecure about the safety of the Internet by simply showing you a simple PDF file with malicious intent.

Mahdi campaign, ongoing cyber-espionage in the Middle East

 Again another great investigation of the excellent team of Kaspersky lab and its partner Seculert firm has discovered an ongoing campaign to conduct a large scale infiltration of computer systems in the Middle East area.