2017 April Archive
Malicious Javascript hack Code

How Companies Are Hacked via Malicious Javascript Hack Code?

Malicious Javascript Hack Code; JavaScript is dangerous. Maybe you’ve heard this sentence several times before. Actually, being dangerous or not dangerous is true under different circumstances. JavaScript can be dangerous if the proper precautions aren’t taken. It can be used to view or steal personal data even you don’t realize what’s going on. And since […]
deep web, dark web, bitcoin

Deep Web and Black Market

WHAT IS DEEP WEB? The deep web, invisible web, or hidden web are parts of the World Wide Web whose contents are not indexed by standard search engines for any reason. The opposite term to the deep web is the surface web.  What is inside the deep web? Let’s take a look at the figure […]
NormShield Threat Vulnerability Orchestration

What is the biggest threat of stolen accounts?

Biggest threat; There are more than 4 billion hacked emails/passwords available on the internet and underground forums. So, how attackers use hacked emails & passwords for malicious purposes? NormShield searches the internet from many sources for whether there is leaked e-mail of your employees or not. In the simplest form, email list of employees can […]
Domain Shadowing

Domain Shadowing

What is Domain Shadowing? The concept of domain shadowing has first appeared in 2011, and domain shadowing attack is defined as the creating new subdomains to intervene in traffic flow by attackers. Domain shadowing is the process of creating subdomains by domain owners using credentials. Subdomains are created for legitimate domains. For cyber criminals, domain […]