Data Security: Social Engineering Still More Effective Than Zero-Day Hacks.

According to a security company’s 100 penetration attempts, most organizations succumb to five attacks, none of which involve malware or zero-day flaws. The top five attacks, according to darkreading.com: abuse of weak domain user passwords — used in 66% of Praetorian pen testers’ successful attacks broadcast name resolution poisoning (like WPAD) — 64% local admin […] read more