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October 24, 2023

An advanced understanding of the different kinds of network connections and the difference

Can you list the pros and cons of LAN vs. WAN?

An advanced understanding of the different kinds of network connections and the difference between LAN and WAN (not to mention WLAN and VLAN) is essential for network and IT managers.

The safest computer in the world is one without network access, whether via LAN, MAN, or WAN. But when you have to choose, understanding the differences between how network connections are configured can help you make the right choice for your personal and business access.

Check out The pros and cons of LAN vs. WAN.

News roundup Mon, October 23, 2023

Stories, news, politics and events impacting the network security industry during the last week.

  • DarkGate malware being spread via fake Corsair job offers on LinkedIn
  • Lazarus hackers target defense experts with fraudulent job interviews
  • Millions of 23andMe user records leaked onto cybercrime forum
  • Thousands of Cisco IOS XE systems compromised by just announced zero-day flaw
  • FBI warns that plastic surgery patients are being targeted by hackers
  • Tens of thousands of admin accounts found to be using default passwords
  • Healthcare sector warned of new NoEscape ransomware group
  • Discord, already popular with hackers, being abused more frequently by APTs
  • Cisco IOS XE zero-day flaw under active exploitation in the wild
  • New evasion tactic spotted as ShellBot cracks Linux SSH servers
  • SpyNote Android trojan records audio and phone calls
  • Safeguarding financial sector from ransomware and cyberattacks
  • Read more

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