Security vendor Malwarebytes has reported that a new variation of an old password stealing Trojan is out in the wild, but all is not as it may seem. Notably, this particular Trojan is signed with an apparently 'genuine' digital certificate that authenticates the file. Which rather prompts the question: "say what?" Or to put it another way, if the billion-dollar digital certificate and encryption market can't actually guarantee squat, then what's the point of it? The Trojan, it appears, evades many security barriers by a system of spoofing that involves the criminal enterprise behind the scheme setting up a bogus …
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Which certification is best for a beginner in IT specially in networking?
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Hello, here's the setup for the project. I have a WCF Service that is hosted on a net.tcp binding in buffered mode and ReliableSession enabled. The binding is configured to use TransportWithMessageCredential security. The certificate is a self signed certificate that I am identifying using the Thumbprint. The UserNameValidator is a custom validator which for testing, never fails (it wasn't failing before but I removed the uncertainty) The service and client are on the same machine and they both have access to the certificate. The problem: I am receiving a Socket Aborted exception when trying to consume a Method from …
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