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Badger Infosec is a Boise, Idaho based cybersecurity firm providing a wide range of services to help organizations identify, mitigate and manage their risk exposure. We are comprised entirely of current and former US Air Force and Air National Guard cyber warfare operators and information security specialists.

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ARMIS SELECTS RADWARE TO DELIVER CLOUD SECURITY FOR AWS

Radware | December 30, 2021

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Radware a leading provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, today announced that Armis, a leading unified asset visibility and security platform provider, chose Radware’s Cloud Native Protector to safeguard its Amazon Web Services (AWS) environment. This born-in-the-cloud business adopted Radware’s solution to fortify its cloud security posture and identify potential vulnerabilities before they evolved into threats. Armis’ security platform e...

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HACKER LEAKS MORE THAN 500,000 TELNET CREDENTIALS

CISOMAG | January 20, 2020

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As reported by ZDNet, a hacker who seems to be a DDoS-for-hire (DDoS booter) service operator, has published a massive list of 515,000 Telnet credentials consisting passwords of servers, home routers, and IoT (Internet of Things) devices. The published list also includes IP address of each device along with a username and password of its Telnet service. Telnet is a remote access protocol that can be used to control devices over the internet. The hacker compiled the leaked list by scanning the in...

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GOOGLE PUBLISHES PATCHWORK FOR CRITICAL MEDIATEK VULNERABILITY

CISO Mag | March 06, 2020

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The issue was first reported on the XDA forum back in April 2019. The exploit was successfully tested on all MediaTek 64-bit chipsets used in several devices including Motorola and OPPO.

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  • CYBERSECURITY INCIDENT MARS AUSTRALIAN FREIGHT GIANT'S OPERATIONS

    Infosecurity | February 03, 2020

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    A major Australian freight company is experiencing operational difficulties after a cybersecurity incident caused an IT system shutdown. Toll Group announced that it had experienced a "cybersecurity incident" on Friday. The company shut down a number of IT systems at multiple sites across the country in a bid to resolve the issue."As a precautionary measure, in response to a cyber security incident on Friday, Toll deliberately shut down a number of systems across multiple sites an...

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    DATA SECURITY

    ARMIS SELECTS RADWARE TO DELIVER CLOUD SECURITY FOR AWS

    Radware | December 30, 2021

    Radware a leading provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, today announced that Armis, a leading unified asset visibility and security platform provider, chose Radware’s Cloud Native Protector to safeguard its Amazon Web Services (AWS) environment. This born-in-the-cloud business adopted Radware’s solution to fortify its cloud security posture and identify potential vulnerabilities before they evolved into threats. Armis’ security platform e...

    Read More
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    HACKER LEAKS MORE THAN 500,000 TELNET CREDENTIALS

    CISOMAG | January 20, 2020

    As reported by ZDNet, a hacker who seems to be a DDoS-for-hire (DDoS booter) service operator, has published a massive list of 515,000 Telnet credentials consisting passwords of servers, home routers, and IoT (Internet of Things) devices. The published list also includes IP address of each device along with a username and password of its Telnet service. Telnet is a remote access protocol that can be used to control devices over the internet. The hacker compiled the leaked list by scanning the in...

    Read More
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    GOOGLE PUBLISHES PATCHWORK FOR CRITICAL MEDIATEK VULNERABILITY

    CISO Mag | March 06, 2020

    The issue was first reported on the XDA forum back in April 2019. The exploit was successfully tested on all MediaTek 64-bit chipsets used in several devices including Motorola and OPPO.

  • Read More
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    CYBERSECURITY INCIDENT MARS AUSTRALIAN FREIGHT GIANT'S OPERATIONS

    Infosecurity | February 03, 2020

    A major Australian freight company is experiencing operational difficulties after a cybersecurity incident caused an IT system shutdown. Toll Group announced that it had experienced a "cybersecurity incident" on Friday. The company shut down a number of IT systems at multiple sites across the country in a bid to resolve the issue."As a precautionary measure, in response to a cyber security incident on Friday, Toll deliberately shut down a number of systems across multiple sites an...

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