Software Vulnerability Management: One Patch Tuesday to Rule Them All

Software Vulnerability Management: One Patch Tuesday to Rule Them All

On the second Tuesday of each month, many IT leaders rejoice—or maybe cringe, depending on their view—as software patches are released for Microsoft products. They call this day Patch Tuesday, and although it started with Microsoft, it hasn’t ended there. Vendors...
What Are HTML Injections?

What Are HTML Injections?

HTML injections (HyperText Markup Language injections) are vulnerabilities that are very similar to Cross-site Scripting (XSS). The delivery mechanisms are exactly the same but the injected content is pure HTML tags, not a script like in the case of XSS. HTML...
Optimizing Your IT Spend as You Move to the Cloud

Optimizing Your IT Spend as You Move to the Cloud

The move to cloud computing is gaining speed. The Flexera 2020 State of Tech Spend Report, an analysis of a recent Flexera survey of business leaders, reveals that nearly one-third of survey respondents already have workloads in the cloud. And that number is...
Save Time and Money by Enabling IT Staff to Update Software Better and Faster

Save Time and Money by Enabling IT Staff to Update Software Better and Faster

You need new and updated software deployed throughout your organization constantly. Security updates, replacement of the software that has reached the end of life, new releases, application migration efforts attached to a Windows Migration—the list of reasons goes...
What Are JSON Injections

What Are JSON Injections

The term JSON injection may be used to describe two primary types of security issues: Server-side JSON injection happens when data from an untrusted source is not sanitized by the server and written directly to a JSON stream.Client-side JSON injection happens when...