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June 2022: Monkeypox Outbreak, Never-Ending Fashion Brand Counterfeiting, and Online Shopping Dangers
We detected noteworthy domain registration and Domain Name System (DNS) activity connected to some of the current events in May 2022, along with age-old targets of cybercriminal activities. We provided an overview for three of these items below. You may download relevant threat reports where available.
Jonathan Zhang, WhoisXML API: “DNS abuse instances are among the top threats we see when monitoring domain and DNS activity”
While the world is facing major crises of the century, cybercriminals are taking advantage of the situation and are rapidly setting digital traps in numerous creative ways. Cyberattacks affect not only individuals but also organizations and governments, begging for top-notch tools to help combat the threats.
The Cybernews team has invited Jonathan Zhang, the CEO of WhoisXML API, an Internet and security data aggregator, to discuss the importance of data and the current situation in the cybersecurity field.
May 2022: Elon Musk Buys Twitter, Mother’s Day Celebration, the Return of Operation Dream Job, and NFT Mania
We detected significant domain and DNS activity relevant to some of the top current events seen in April 2022. Check out the overview below, and feel free to download the dedicated threat reports where available.
April 2022: Digital Spillovers of War, Oscars Slapping Fiasco, and Tax Season Frenzy
Here are some of the top events in March 2022 for which we detected significant connected domain and DNS activity. See below for an overview, and feel free to download the dedicated threat reports where available.
Secure Your SSH Server with iptables and IP Netblocks API
Secure shell (ssh) is the typical tool for getting secure command-line access to Linux (and other Unix flavor) systems. Notably, most Linux-based servers are administered remotely via ssh access. Hence the security of the ssh service is of paramount importance, especially since it is often a very attractive part of the attack surface of an organization.
The present blog provides a discussion on setting up efficient firewall rules for the ssh service, and extending the whitelist easily with the help of WhoisXML API's IP Netblocks API. The method also works for other services using inbound tcp connections. We discuss a typical iptables firewall on a Linux system. Basic expertise in Linux tools and firewalls is assumed. The recipe works as it is, or with minor modifications also on other systems.
The Domain Research Suite (DRS) Guide for Journalistic and Media Research
As an aggregator of WHOIS, DNS, and IP data, WhoisXML API can help back up journalistic investigations with verifiable online facts about domains and websites. Researchers and media professionals can use our 9-in-1 hosted Domain Research Suite (DRS) platform to investigate suspicious domains, detect domain registration trends, keep track of the government’s or private sector’s actions towards errant websites, and more.
Managing Domain Attack Surfaces in the Financial Sector with WhoisXML API
While the cybersecurity landscape constantly evolves, the targets remain consistent. Among the hardest hit by cyber attacks is the financial services industry. In Verizon’s 2021 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), for instance, 65% of security incidents in the industry resulted in confirmed data disclosure.
Mitigating this problem begins by determining where the threat actors are attacking from—inside or outside? Identifying attack vectors is also pertinent.
Threat actors in the financial sector vary. Some are institution insiders and partners, while 56% are external parties. The top attack vectors are phishing and other social engineering campaigns.
One of the keys to a digitally safer financial industry is properly managing as many external attack vectors as possible. External Attack Surface Management (EASM) Solutions that uncovers and addresses vulnerable and dangerous Internet-facing assets, can help achieve this feat.
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